DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION
Fort Sill Welcome Center
4700 Mow-Way Road, Room G-6
Hours: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday
(See below for telephone points of contact)
Advises the garrison commander and staff on all aspects of records management, official mail and distribution, Freedom of Information Act , Privacy Act, publishing management programs required by Federal laws, and the Army memorial program.
POINTS OF CONTACT
Freedom of Information Act and Privact Act Official
The public has a right to information concerning the activities of its Government. Fort Sill conducts its activities in an open manner and provide the public with a maximum amount of accurate and timely information concerning its activities, consistent always with the legitimate public and private interests of the American people.
A FOIA request is a written request for any DoD records, made by any person, including a member of the public (U.S. or foreign citizen), an organization, or a business, but not including a federal agency or a fugitive from the law that either explicitly or implicitly invokes the FOIA.
There is not a specific form that must be used to make a request; however, this office has created a form to assist you in making a request. (See FS Form 794)
The request simply must be in writing, must reasonably describe the records you seek, and must also provide any other specific information that the component requires.
In making your request, you should be as specific as possible when describing the records you are seeking. It is not necessary for you to provide the name or title of a requested record, but the more specific you are about the records or types of records that you seek, the more likely will be able to locate those records.
The mission of records management is to create, maintain, and preserve information as records that document the role and activities of the Army. We must capture, preserve, and make available evidence essential for Army decisions and actions; meet the needs of the American public; and protect the rights and interests of the government and individuals. This program is to operate in accordance with applicable laws and regulatory guidance.
The official Army Records Management System Website is available at:
In accordance with time-honored military tradition, Fort Sill salutes the contributions of heroes or those of note by dedicating various facilities on this post in their memory. This memorialization program is maintained in accordance with Army Regularion 1-33 and Fort Sill supplements thereto. Click here to read AR 1-33, and click here to read the Fort Sill Supplement.
The U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Sill, commander is responsible for directing and superivising the actions of an appointed memorialization board. This board will meet routinely on a published schedule and consider the merits of recommendations from Soldiers, officers or agencies at Fort Sill for memorialization of specific individuals. The board secretary, a member of the Administrative Services Division of the Directorate of Human Resources, will record minutes and post results of meetings as appropriate.
If you have a memorialization recommendation, please read the Fort Sill Supplement and submit your recommendation as required by the supplement.