This information is designed to help you understand the the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) personal information handling practices. Here you will find the details of:
Governmentwide Systems of Records Notices
Department of Labor
- DOL/GOVT-1 - Office of Worker's Compensation Programs, Federal Employees' Compensation Act File (April 8, 2002, 67 FR 16815)
This information is designed to help you understand the DOT’s personal information handling practices. Here you will find the details of:
- How information is collected by the DOT
- How you can access information DOT has about you
- What your rights are under the Privacy Act of 1974
Rulemakings with Privacy Effects As Of 9/25/12
Collection of records notices and description of how these records may be used by the Department of Transportation.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), within the Department of Transportation (DOT), has been given the responsibility to carry out safety programs and is responsible for providing the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world. The FAA is responsible for:
- Regulating civil aviation to promote safety;
- Encouraging and developing civil aeronautics, including new aviation technology;
- Developing and operating a system of air traffic control and navigation for both civil and military aircraft;
- Developing and carrying out programs to control aircraft noise and other environmental effects of civil aviation; and
- Regulating U.S. commercial space transportation.
One of the programs that helps FAA fulfill its safety mission is the Investigative Tracking System (ITS), which records, tracks, and reports on investigations pertaining to security background checks and clearances on employees, contractors and other individuals with access to FAA facilities, systems or information, as well as internal administrative investigations relative to inappropriate conduct and associated disciplinary actions and tort claims against FAA. The ITS also supports the FAA’s mandate to investigate the actual or probable violation by pilots, aircraft owners, or aircraft mechanics of civil and criminal laws regulating controlled substances. Within FAA, the Office of the Assistant Administrator for Security and Hazardous Materials has the lead responsibility for managing ITS and all related investigatory activities.