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Office of Administrative Hearings  


Reviews citizen and medical facility arguments against decisions made by District agencies, such as civil infractions, program reimbursements, and license revocations.

 

 

 

oah.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-9091

 

825 North Capitol Street, NE
Suite 4150

Washington, DC 20002

Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions

 

Provides technical assistance to the 37 ANCs, composed of elected neighborhood residents, who advise the District government on particular issues affecting their areas, including planning, transportation, social services, health, public safety, sanitation, and Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) licensing.

anc.dc.gov

 

 

 

(202) 727-9945 (phone)

(202) 727-0289 (fax)

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC 20004

Office on African Affairs

 

The Office on African Affairs (OAA) provides constituent services and information to African communities through programmatic activities and outreach materials; serves as a liaison between the African communities, District government agencies, and the Mayor; and provides briefings to the Mayor and District government agencies about the particular needs or interests of the African residents of the District of Columbia.

oaa.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-5634

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 223

Washington, DC 20004

Office on Aging

 

Develops and institutes health, education, employment, and social services for District residents age 60 and older.

dcoa.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-5622 (phone)

(202) 724-4979 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 900S
Washington, DC 20001

Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration

abra.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-4423

 

941 North Capitol Street, NE, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20002

Animal Shelter, DC

 

The District's Animal Shelter and animal control programs are managed by the Washington Humane Society, an independent organization. The shelter houses and cares for thousands of the city's homeless cats and dogs, rabbits, snakes, and other animals. The DC Animal Control Facility is administered by the Department of Health.

 

Pictures and descriptions of animals available for adoption can be found on the Washington Humane Society's website. Information about animal control is available on the Department of Health website.

(202) 576-6664

 

1201 New York Avenue, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

Commission on the Arts and Humanities

 

Provides funds and information to initiate, develop, and support cultural activities and the arts, including services to artists, art organizations, educational and community organizations, and government agencies.

dcarts.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-5613 (phone)

(202) 727-4135 (fax)

 

1371 Harvard Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs

 

Advises the Mayor, the DC Council, and the District government on the views, needs, and concerns of Asian and Pacific Islanders (APIs) in DC; organizes and facilitates for the API community programs on public safety, human rights, economic development, housing, employment, social services, public health, transportation, education, and multicultural development.

 

 

apia.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-3120 (phone)

(202) 727-9655 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW
Suite 805S

Washington, DC 20001

 

Office of the Attorney General

 

Formerly named Office of the Corporation Counsel (OCC), the Office of the Attorney General conducts all law business for the District and handles all suits made by and against the government including state, local, and county matters, and the child support program.

oag.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-3400 (phone)

(202) 347-8922 (fax)

 

One Judiciary Square
441 4th Street, NW, Suite 1060N
Washington, DC 20001

Office of the DC Auditor

 

Promotes the economy, efficiency, and accountability of the Government of the District of Columbia through annual audits of its accounts, operations, and programs. Also audits the District's 37 Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANCs).

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Office of the DC Auditor for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Leigh Adams Slaughter
Legal Advisor and FOIA Officer
Office of the District of Columbia Auditor
717 14th Street, NW, Suite 900
Washington, DC  20005

leigh.slaughter@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 727-3600
Fax: (202) 724-8814

www.dcauditor.org

 

(202) 727-3600 (phone)

(202) 724-8814 (fax)

 

717 14th Street, NW, Suite 900
Washington, DC 20005

Mayor's Office of Boards and Commissions

 

Reviews and makes recommendations to the Mayor for appointments to more than 150 advisory, policy making, licensing, adjudicatory and legislative boards, commissions and committees. Promotes citizen input and participation in the selection of citizens to serve on boards and commissions.

obc.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-1372 (phone)

(202) 727-2359 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 302
Washington, DC 20004

Office of Cable Television

 

Monitors and regulates basic cable service for District residents, resolves disputes between cable subscribers and providers, and provides programming for DC Cable Channels 13 and 16.

oct.dc.gov

 

(202) 671-0066 (phone)

(202) 332-7020 (fax)

 

3007 Tilden Street, NW
Pod P
Washington, DC 20008

 

Office of Campaign Finance

 

The Office of Campaign Finance is a subordinate unit of the Board of Elections and Ethics, an independent agency.

 

Regulates the financial disclosure process and conduct of political campaigns, candidates, lobbyists, public officials, and political committees.

ocf.dc.gov

 

(202) 671-0547 (phone)

(202) 671-0658 (fax)

 

Reeves Center, Suite 420
2000 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Office of the Chief Financial Officer

 

Prepares the city's annual budget; borrows on behalf of the District; collects receipts, payments, and transactions for the District; invests the city's funds; administers and enforces tax laws; and produces the audited statements for the city's financial condition.

cfo.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-2476 (phone)

(202) 727-1643 (fax)

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Room 203
Washington, DC 20004

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

 

Investigates and certifies all deaths in the District of Columbia that occur as the result of violence (injury) as well as those that occur unexpectedly, without medical attention, in custody, or pose a threat to public health.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Sharlene Williams
FOIA Officer
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
1910 Massachusetts Avenue, SE, Building #27
Washington, DC 20003
sharlene.williams@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 698-9005
Fax: (202) 698-9101

ocme.dc.gov

 

(202) 698-9000 (phone)

(202) 698-9100 (fax)

 

1910 Massachusetts Avenue, SE
Building # 27
Washington, DC 20003

Office of the Chief of Staff

 

Provides leadership, strategic direction, and policy guidance to the Executive Office of the Mayor, Deputy Mayors, agencies, and citizens so that the District can strengthen children, youth, families and individuals; build and sustain healthy neighborhoods; promote economic development; make government work; and enhance unity of purpose and democracy.

dc.gov/mayor/bios/dolphin.shtm

 

(202) 727-2643 (phone)

(202) 727-2975 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 509
Washington, DC 20004

Office of the Chief Technology Officer

 

Plans, develops, and implements the use of new technology for District agencies to improve delivery of services to residents, businesses and visitors.

octo.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-2277 (phone)

(202) 727-6857 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 930S
Washington, DC 20001

 

Child and Family Services Agency

 

The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is the District of Columbia public agency that protects child victims, and children at risk, of abuse or neglect.

cfsa.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-6000 (phone)

(202) 442-6498 (fax)

 

400 6th Street,  SW, 5th Floor
Washington, DC 20024

 

Child Support Services Division

 

The Child Support Services Division (CSSD) of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) performs all legal and programmatic functions associated with the District government's child support program. This Division provides services to assist District families by establishing paternity, locating absent parents, establishing child and medical support orders, reviewing and modifying child support orders, and enforcing delinquent child support orders. In addition, the Child Support Services Division recoups Temporary Assistance for Needy Family payments made to families when a non-custodial parent is not paying child support, Title IV-D foster care payments, or Medicaid payments.

cssd.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-9900

 

441 4th Street NW
Suite 550N

Washington, DC 20001

Office of the City Administrator

 

Provides oversight and support to the Deputy Mayors and increases government effectiveness with cross-agency and targeted improvement initiatives, including the integration of strategic policy priorities, budgetary constraints, and operational directives.

 

capstat.oca.dc.gov

 

(202) 478-9200 (phone)

(202) 727-9878 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 521
Washington, DC 20004

Mayor's Citywide Call Center

 

Main number for the DC government. Residents may call to report a problem or violation, offer feedback to the Mayor, or obtain government information.

311 (phone)

Clean City Initiative

 

The Office of the Clean City serves as the central point of contact and goal champion within the Mayor's initiative to clean up the District of Columbia and maintain its cleanliness.

cleancity.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-8967

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 221

Washington, DC 20004

Executive Office of Communications

 

Coordinates, disseminates, generates, and tracks press coverage on the administration’s vision, policies, and actions, to internal agencies and the general public, along with agency communication review and coordination, and emergency preparedness response services.

(202) 727-5011 (phone)

(202) 727-9561 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 310
Washington, DC 20004

Office of Community Affairs

 

The mission of the Office of Community Affairs is to meet the needs of the residents of the District of Columbia, and to engage the District’s diverse communities in civic life.

(202) 724-5556 (phone)

(202) 272-8527 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 327
Washington, DC 20004

Mayor's Office of Community Relations and Services

 

The Mayor’s Office of Community Relations and Services (MOCRS) serves as the Mayor's primary constituent services organization by providing rapid, complete, coordinated, and documented responses to constituent requests, complaints, and questions.

mocrs.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-8150 (phone)

(202) 727-5931 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 211
Washington, DC 20004

 

Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs

 

Licenses professionals and businesses; inspects and regulates building, housing, and land; and enforces business laws for the District’s residents, companies, and entrepreneurs.

dcra.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-4400 (phone)

(202) 442-9445 (fax)

 

941 North Capitol Street, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

 

Contract Appeals Board

 

The Contract Appeals Board has exclusive jurisdiction to decide protests of District contract solicitations and awards, appeals by contractors of District contracting officer final decisions, claims by the District against contractors, appeals by contractors of suspensions and debarments, and contractor appeals of interest payment claims under the Quick Payment Act.  The Board's website provides links for parties to conduct electronic filing in Board cases and to conduct full text searching of pleadings in pending and closed cases.

Jonathan Zischkau
Chief Administrative Judge
Contract Appeals Board
717 14th Street, NW, Suite 430
Washington, DC 20005
jonathan.zischkau@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 727-6597
Fax: (202) 727-3993

cab.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-6597 (phone)

(202) 727-3993 (fax)

 

717 14th Street, NW, Suite 430
Washington, DC 20005

Office of Contracting and Procurement

 

The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), under the direction of the Chief Procurement Officer, was established by DC Law in 1997 and provides contracting services for selected agencies and offices in the District.

ocp.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-0252 (phone)

(202) 727-9385 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 700 South
Washington
, DC 20001

Department of Corrections

 

Provides safe and secure confinement of those accused of crimes while awaiting trials and for convicted offenders.

doc.dc.gov

 

(202) 673-7316 (phone)

(202) 671-0169 (fax)

 

1923 Vermont Avenue, NW, Room 207N
Washington, DC 20001

Council of the District of Columbia

 

The Council of the District of Columbia is the legislative branch of the District of Columbia.

 

The DC Council develops legislative initiatives and budget priorities to promote the public welfare. It oversees the performance of government agencies and the implementation of management reforms to improve service delivery. All legislative powers are vested in the DC Council.

www.dccouncil.washington.dc.us

 

(202) 724-8000 (phone)

(202) 347-3070 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004

DC Court of Appeals

 

The DC Court of Appeals is an independent agency.

 

Hears all criminal, civil and agency appeals, and administers the District of Columbia bar exam.

www.dccourts.gov/dccourts/

 

(202) 879-2701 (phone)

(202) 626-8840 (fax)

 

500 Indiana Avenue, NW
Room 6000
Washington, DC 20001

Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency

 

The Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency is within federal jurisdiction.

 

The Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency is a federal agency responsible for pretrial services and adult parole, probation, and supervised release in the District of Columbia.

 

www.csosa.gov

 

(202) 220-5300 (phone)

(202) 220-5350 (fax)

 

633 Indiana Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20004

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

 

The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council is an independent agency.

 

Serves as a forum to identify citywide justice issues and solutions, propose actions, and facilitate cooperation that will improve public safety and related criminal justice services for District of Columbia residents, visitors, victims, and offenders.

cjcc.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-9283 (phone)

(202) 724-3691 (fax)

 

441 4th Street NW
Suite 727
North
Washington
, DC 20001

DC General Ambulatory and Emergency Care Centers

 

Offers a wide range of clinical services including Emergency Care Centers, pharmacy, and the Phoenix Health Center, Monday through Friday, from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm. Emergency ambulatory and walk-in services are available 24 hours a day.

(202) 548-5111

 

1900 Massachusetts Avenue, SE
Washington
, DC 20032

DC Public Defender Service

 

The DC Public Defender Service is an independent agency.

 

The DC Public Defender Service (PDS) provides legal representation in serious criminal and juvenile delinquency cases for individuals who cannot afford a lawyer. PDS also provides representation for individuals charged with parole violations and for individuals facing involuntary civil commitment to Saint Elizabeths hospital. Along with these and other services to the community, PDS also has an attorney available on a daily basis to answer questions about criminal matters from community residents.

www.pdsdc.org

 

(202) 628-1200 (phone)

(202) 824-2378 (fax)

 

633 Indiana Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004

DC Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission

 

The DC Sentencing Commission (formerly the Advisory Commission on Sentencing) is an independent agency.

 

The DC Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission (formerly the Advisory Commission on Sentencing) recommends sentencing and corrections policy to the DC Council.

scdc.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-8822 (phone)

(202) 727-7929 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 830 South
Washington
, DC 20001

DC Sports and Entertainment Commission

 


The DC Sports and Entertainment Commission is an independent agency.

 

The DC Sports and Entertainment Commission, an independent agency of the District of Columbia government, is responsible for the management and operation of Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, the DC Armory and their adjacent facilities and for presenting and promoting sports, entertainment and special events in the District and the Washington, DC, metropolitan area.

www.washdcsports.com

 

(202) 547-9077 (phone)

(202) 547-7460 (fax)

 

2400 East Capitol Street, SE
Washington
, DC 20003

DC Summer Fun

 

(Formerly known as Safe Passages Summer Youth Program.) DC Summer Fun provides a variety of programs such as reading clubs, camps, sports, and summer jobs for young people in the District.  There are also free meals, health and mental health services available.  This program is offered through the collaboration of the: DC Public Libraries, State Education Office, Department of Employment Services, Department of Parks and Recreation, DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation, DC Public Schools, Department of Human Services, Department of Mental Health, Department of Health, and Office of the Deputy Mayor for Children, Youth, Families and Elders.

dcsummerfun.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-8001 (phone)

(202) 727-0246 (fax)

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 303
Washington, DC 20004

Disability Rights, Office of

 

Provides oversight of District of Columbia agencies’ compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and other disability rights laws and regulations. Investigates and resolves disability access complaints and issues.

odr.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-5055 (phone)

(202) 727-9484 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 729N
Washington, DC 20001

Department on Disability Services

 

The Department on Disability Services (DDS) provides services to more than 10,000 residents with disabilities through its two administrations. Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) offers training and other services aimed at assisting people with disabilities to prepare for and retain employment. The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) provides services that enable people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live meaningful and productive lives in our community.  

dds.dc.gov

 

(202) 730-1700 (phone)

(202) 730-1843 (fax)

 

1125 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005

Board of Elections and Ethics

The Board of Elections and Ethics is a charter independent agency.

 

Administers and enforces DC election laws under home rule as an independent charter agency; Educates the public and makes voter registration more accessible.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Board of Elections and Ethics for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Teri Stroud
FOIA Officer
Board of Elections and Ethics
441 4th Street, NW, Suite 250 North
Washington
, DC 20001

tstroud@dcboee.org
Phone: (202) 727-2194

www.dcboee.org

 

(202) 727-2525 (phone)

(202) 347-2648 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 250N
Washington, DC 20001

Office of Employee Appeals

 

OEA adjudicates appeals from DC government employees of final agency decision regarding adverse actions for cause that result in removal, RIF, suspensions for 10 days or more, reduction in grade, performance ratings that result in removal, and placement on enforced leave for 10 days or more.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Office of Employee Appeals for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the office.

Sheila Barfield, Esq.
FOIA Officer
Office of Employee Appeals
717 14th Street, NW, 3rd Floor
Washington, DC  20005
sheila.barfield@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 727-0004
Fax: (202) 724-5631

 

oea.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-0004 (phone)

(202) 727-5631 (fax)

 

717 14th Street, NW, 3rd Floor

Washington, DC 20005

Department of Employment Services

 

Trains and recruits potential employees, provides unemployment and workers’ injury compensation, and promotes safe working conditions.

does.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-7000 (phone)

(202) 673-6993 (fax)

 

609 H Street, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

District Department of the Environment

 

Provides programs and services that protect human health and the environment and address energy efficiency issues for all sectors of the city.

ddoe.dc.gov

 

(202) 673-6700  (phone)

(202) 673-6725 (fax)

 

51 N Street, NE, Sixth Floor
Washington, DC 20009

Office of Ex-Offender Affairs

 

The Office on Ex-Offender Affairs (OEOA) provides direct services, resources and information to assist DC residents in making a successful reintegration after a period of incarceration.  

 

Hours of operation: 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday

Residents may call and make an appointment or they may walk-in on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 10 am to 2 pm.

(202) 715-7670 (phone)

(202) 715-7672 (fax)

 

2100 Martin Luther King Avenue, SE, Suite 301
Washington, DC 20020

Office of Finance and Resource Management

 

Collects and pays utility and telecommunications services for District government agencies.

(202) 727-0333 (phone)

(202) 724-4316 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, Suite 890N
Washington, DC 20001

Office of the Chief Financial Officer

 

Prepares the city's annual budget; borrows on behalf of the District; collects receipts, payments, and transactions for the District, invests the city's funds; administers and enforces tax laws; and produces the audited statements for the city's financial condition.

cfo.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-2476 (phone)

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Room 209
Washington, DC 20004

 

Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department

 

Prevents and extinguishes fires; provides emergency medical, ambulance, and rescue services.

fems.dc.gov

 

(202) 673-3331 (phone)

(202) 673-3188 (fax)

 

1923 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 201
Washington, DC 20001

Office of General Counsel to the Mayor

 

Serves as principal legal advisor to the Mayor; reviews and evaluates all significant legal and policy initiatives and settlement proposals; designs and implements legal strategies for the termination of court imposed intervention into District operations; and coordinates legal, policy, and operational initiatives related to compliance with court orders and the transition from court intervention to government control.

(202) 727-1597 (phone)

(202) 724-7743 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 327
Washington, DC 20004

Greater Southeast Community Hospital

 

The Greater Southeast Community Hospital is an independent regional body.

 

Offers comprehensive, integrated healthcare to medically underserved residents in Washington, DC.  

www.greatersoutheast.org

 

(202) 574-6000 (phone)

(202) 574-7188 (fax)

 

1310 Southern Avenue, SE
Washington
, DC 20002

Department of Health

 

Designs public health systems, diagnoses and investigates health threats, develops policy, provides education and disease prevention, and administers the low-income Medicaid insurance program.

doh.dc.gov

 

(202) 671-5000 (phone)

(202) 442-4788 (fax)

 

825 North Capitol Street, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

HIV/AIDS Administration

 

The HIV/AIDS Administration partners with health and community-based organizations to provide HIV/AIDS prevention and care services to District and Washington area eligible residents. Services include medical support, HIV counseling and testing, data and information on HIV/AIDS programs and services as well as on the impact of HIV/AIDS on the community, education, information, referrals, and intervention services.

(202) 671-4900 (phone)

 

64 New York Avenue, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency

 

This agency provides 24-hour emergency assistance to the public, achieved by mobilizing and deploying emergency services personnel and resources; updating emergency operation plans and strategies; training emergency personnel; managing special events; and informing the public of impending emergencies and disasters, in order to save lives and protect property in the District of Columbia.

(202) 727-6161 (phone)

(202) 673-2290 (fax)

 

2720 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20032

 

Department of Housing and Community Development

 

Acquires and coordinates public and private funding to improve housing, community, and economic development in the District.

 

dhcd.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-7200 (phone)

(202) 442-8391 (fax)

 

801 North Capitol Street, NE, 8th Floor
Washington, DC 20002

DC Housing Authority

 


The DC Housing Authority is an independent agency.

 

Manages and provides subsidized public housing for low-income, elderly, and disabled District residents.

www.dchousing.org

 

(202) 535-1500 (phone)

(202) 535-1740 (fax)

 

1133 North Capitol Street, NE
Washington
, DC 20001

Housing Finance Agency

 

The Housing Finance Agency is an independent agency.

 

Stimulates and expands home ownership and rental opportunities by issuing tax-exempt Mortgage Revenue Bonds to lower costs of single-family and rental housing.

www.dchfa.org

 

(202) 777-1600 (phone)

(202) 986-6705 (fax)

 

815 Florida Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001

 

Department of Human Resources

 

Institutes and creates management programs to recruit, train, and retain employees for the DC government.

dchr.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-9700 (phone)

(202) 727-6827 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 300S
Washington, DC 20001

Office of Human Rights

 

Investigates and settles illegal discrimination complaints in jobs, housing, public accommodations, and education by enforcing civil rights laws.

ohr.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-4559 (phone)

(202) 727-9589 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 570N
Washington, DC 20001

Department of Human Services

 

Sets policy and provides social services for rehabilitation and self-sufficiency for DC residents including childhood development, youth services, public assistance, disability, and rehabilitation programs.

dhs.dc.gov

 

(202) 671-4200 (phone)

(202) 671-4325 (fax)

 

64 New York Avenue NE
6th Floor
Washington, DC 20002

 

Office of the Inspector General

 

The Office of the Inspector General is an independent agency.

 

Conducts audits and investigations of District government programs and departments to deter waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement.

oig.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-2540 (phone)

(202) 727-9846 (fax)

 

717 14th Street, NW, 5th Floor
Washington, DC 20005

Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking

 

Supervises District insurance and securities firms, and financial institutions, while fostering relationships with and attracting national and international financial services businesses to the city.

disb.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-8000 (phone)

(202) 535-1196 (fax)

 

810 1st Street, NE, Suite 701
Washington, DC 20002

DC Jail

 

 

(202) 673-8136 (phone)

(202) 698-4877 (fax)

 

1901 D Street, SE
Washington
, DC 20003

Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure

 

The Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure is an independent agency.

 

Reviews misconduct, evaluates reappointment, and conducts fitness and performance reviews of DC judges.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Cathaee Hudgins
FOIA Officer
Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure
515 5th Street, NW, Room 312
Washington, DC 20001
cathaee.hudgins@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 727-1364
Fax: (202) 727-9718

cjdt.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-1363 (phone)

(202) 727-9718 (fax)

 

515 5th Street, NW, Suite 312
Washington, DC 20001

Judicial Nomination Commission

 

Selects and recommends judicial nominees to the President of the United States for DC Superior Court and DC Court of Appeals.

(202) 879-0478 (phone)

(202) 737-9126 (fax)

 

515 5th Street, NW, Suite 325
Washington, DC 20001

Justice Grants Administration

 

The Justice Grants Administration (OJGA) is the District of Columbia’s State Administering Agency for federal grant funds received from the US Department of Justice.

jga.oca.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-6239 (phone)

(202) 727-6332 (fax)

 

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 407
Washington, DC 20004

 

Office of Labor Management Programs

 

Administers a comprehensive citywide labor-management cooperation program for all agencies under the administrative authority of the Mayor; coordinates the work of the DC Labor Management Partnership Council (DCLMPC), encourages dialogue among managers, employees, and their representatives; and promotes labor-management partnerships.

olmp.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-4999 (phone)

(202) 724-7713 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 1150 North
Washington
, DC 20001

Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining

 

The Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining (OLRCB) is a component of the Executive Office of the Mayor, Office of the City Administrator, and effectively represents the District of Columbia as the principal management advocate in the administration of a comprehensive labor management program.

OLRCB’s areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, representing management before the Public Employee Relations Board in representation matters, unit determinations, unfair labor practices, negotiability appeals, arbitration appeals and impasse proceedings;  representing the Mayor and District departments and agencies in collective bargaining over term working conditions and compensation agreements and bargaining over the impact and effects changes in conditions of employment; developing and presenting cases before third party neutrals in mediation and arbitration proceedings; representing the Mayor on joint labor management committees and work groups; advising the Mayor and District departments and agencies concerning all aspects of labor relations; and training labor liaisons, managers, supervisors and management officials concerning their rights and obligations under the Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 1978 and applicable labor law, policy and procedures.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Darnita Akers
FOIA Officer
Office of Labor Relations and Collective B

(202) 724-4953 (phone)

(202) 727-6887 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 820 North
Washington
, DC 20001

Office on Latino Affairs

 

Ensures that the Latino community has full access to quality health, education, employment, and social services in the District.

ola.dc.gov

 

(202) 671-2825 (phone)

(202) 673-4557 (fax)

 

2000 14th Street, NW, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20009

Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Affairs

 

The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Affairs (LGBT) is a permanent, cabinet-level office within the Executive Office of the Mayor established by statute in 2006 to address the important concerns of the District's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents. From 2004 to 2006, the office operated under Mayor's Order 2004-148. Prior to 2004, a special assistant to the Mayor for LGBT issues provided constituent services and community outreach. Today, the Office of LGBT Affairs places DC among a select group of cities including Boston, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles with offices or senior officials dedicated to the LGBT community.

lgbt.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-9493 (phone)

(202) 727-5931 (fax)

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 211
Washington, DC 20004

Library, Public

 

The Library, Public is an independent agency.

 

The DC Public Library provides environments that invite reading, learning and community discussion and equips people to learn all their lives, to embrace diversity and to build a thriving city.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The General Counsel is the principal contact point within the DC Public Library for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Grace Perry-Gaiter
General Counsel
DC Public Library
901 G Street, NW, Room 437
Washington, DC 20001
grace.perry-gaiter2@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 727-1134
Fax: (202) 727-1129

dcpl.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-0321 (phone)

(202) 727-1129 (fax)

 

901 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

DC Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board

 

The DC Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board is an independent agency.

 

Generates revenues for the District’s General Fund and regulates legalized lotteries, online numbers, and other charitable games activities.

lottery.dc.gov

 

(202) 645-8000 (phone)

(202) 645-7914 (fax)

 

2101 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20020

Executive Office of the Mayor

 

Sets policy, provides management for agencies, and serves the general public.

www.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-2980 (phone)

(202) 727-0505 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20004

Department of Mental Health

 

Regulates the District's mental health system for adults, children and youth, and their families, and provides mental health services directly through the Community Service Agency (for community-based consumers of mental health services) and St. Elizabeth’s Hospital.

dmh.dc.gov

 

(202) 673-7440 (phone)

(202) 673-3433 (fax)

 

64 New York Avenue, NE
4th Floor
Washington, DC 20002

Metropolitan Police Department

 

Protects District residents from crime, fear of crime, and general disorder and establishes trust and respect within the community. If calling from outside DC, please dial (202) 737-4404.

mpdc.dc.gov

 

311

 

(202) 727-9524 (phone)

 

300 Indiana Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

 

The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments is an independent agency.

 

Develops regional programs to resolve the issues of drug abuse, traffic congestion, public safety, inadequate housing, and air and water pollution to make Washington a better place to live.

 

www.mwcog.org

 

(202) 962-3200 (phone)

(202) 962-3201 (fax)

 

777 North Capitol Street, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

Office of Motion Picture and Television Development

film.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-6608 (phone)

(202) 727-3246 (fax)

 

441 Fourth Street, NW, Suite 760 N
Washington
, DC 20001

Department of Motor Vehicles

 

Provides traffic hearings, vehicle inspections, registration, and drivers’ tests.

dmv.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-5000

 

95 M Street, SW
Washington
, DC 20024

National Capital Planning Commission

 

The National Capital Planning Commission is an independent regional body.

www.ncpc.gov

 

(202) 482-7200 (phone)

(202) 482-7272 (fax)

 

401 9th Street, NW, Suite 500N
Washington, DC 20004

DC National Guard

 

The DC National Guard is a charter independent agency.

 

Serves as additional protection for the District and federal governments during civil emergencies with the DC Metropolitan Police Department and other law enforcement. When called to duty, joins the ranks of the nation’s military forces.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the DC National Guard for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Patricia Marshall
FOIA Officer
DC National Guard
2001 East Capitol Street, SE
Washington
, DC 20003

patricia.marshall@dc.ngb.army.mil
Phone: (202) 685-9717

dcng.ngb.army.mil/

 

(202) 685-9790

 

DC National Guard Armory
2001 East Capitol Street, SE
Washington
, DC 20003

Ombudsman for Public Education

 

The Ombudsman is the city’s face of customer service for education and assists parents and students with questions and problems within District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), Public Charter Schools, The University of the District of Columbia (UDC) and the Office of the State Superintendent for Education (OSSE).

(202) 741-8777 (phone)

(202) 727-1149 (fax)

 

825 North Capitol Street, NE, Suite 5002
Washington, DC 20002

Department of Parks and Recreation

 

Provides and coordinates recreational and educational centers including playgrounds, senior centers, day care facilities, pools, parks, and after school programs.

dpr.dc.gov

 

(202) 673-7647 (phone)

(202) 673-2087 (fax)

 

3149 16th Street, NW

Washington, DC 20010

US Parole Commission

 

The US Parole Commission is within federal jurisdiction.

 

The mission of the United States Parole Commission is to ensure public safety by exercising its authority regarding the release and supervision of criminal offenders under its jurisdiction in a way that promotes justice. The commission makes parole and parole revocation decisions for federal and District of Columbia offenders.

www.usdoj.gov/uspc

 

(301) 492-5990 (phone)

(301) 492-4453 (fax)

 

5550 Friendship Boulevard, Suite 420
Chevy Chase, MD 20815

Office of Partnerships and Grants Development

 

Offers services and assistance to increase the capacity of District government agencies and nonprofit organizations to be informed about and successfully compete for all available federal, District, and foundation grant dollars.

opgd.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-8900 (phone)

(202) 727-1652 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 324
Washington, DC 20001

Office of the People's Counsel

 

The Office of the People's Counsel is an independent agency.

 

Represents utility customers in disputes over natural gas, electric, and telephone services, as well as no-fault car insurance rates.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Office of the People's Counsel for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Derryl King
Associate People's Counsel
Office of the People's Counsel
115 15th Street, NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005

dsking@opc-dc.gov
Phone: (202) 727-3071
Fax: (202) 727-6827

www.opc-dc.gov

 

(202) 727-3071 (phone)

(202) 727-1014 (fax)

 

1133 15th Street, NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005

Office of Planning

 

Plans all land use in the District of Columbia, including economic revitalization and neighborhood planning, and reviews zoning and historic preservation cases. Also analyses and disseminates Census 2000 data.

planning.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-7600 (phone)

(202) 442-7638 (fax)

 

801 North Capitol Street, NE, Suite 4000
Washington, DC 20002

 

Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

 

Develops and implements entrepreneurial programs for local and small businesses. Promotes neighborhood revitalization and economic growth in the District.

dcbiz.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-6365 (phone)

(202) 727-6703 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 317
Washington, DC 20004

Police and Firefighters' Retirement and Relief Board

 

The Police and Firefighters' Retirement and Relief Board determines eligibility for optional retirement, disability and related matters for District police and firefighters, US Park Police and US Secret Service and their survivors. The board ensures fair and equitable treatment to all members under the purview of the Police and Firefighters’ Retirement and Disability Act as amended by P.L. 96-122. The seven-member voting board meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays to conduct its due process hearings.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Police and Firefighters' Retirement and Relief Board for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

FOIA Officer
Stephanie B. Ferguson  
General Attorney
DCHR Police and Firefighters' Retirement and Relief Board
One Judiciary Square
441 4th Street NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20001

Stephanie.Ferguson@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 442-9721
Fax: (202) 727-6827

(202) 442-9622 (phone)

(202) 727-5419 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 340 North
Washington
, DC 20001

Office of Police Complaints

 

The Office of Police Complaints is an independent agency.

 

Provides the public with an independent, fair, and impartial forum for the review and resolution of citizen complaints of misconduct against Metropolitan Police Department officers.

www.policecomplaints.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-3838 (phone)

(202) 727-9182 (fax)

 

1400 I Street, NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005

Police Department, Metropolitan

 

Protects District residents from crime, fear of crime, and general disorder and establishes trust and respect within the community. If calling from outside DC, please dial (202) 737-4404.

mpdc.dc.gov

 

311 (phone)

(202) 727-9524 (fax)

 

300 Indiana Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Office of Policy and Legislative Affairs

 

Provides advice, analysis, and assistance to the Mayor and his cabinet so they can successfully advocate a legislative and policy agenda.

(202) 727-6979 (phone)

(202) 727-3765 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 511
Washington, DC 20004

Pretrial Services Agency

 

The District of Columbia Pretrial Services agency is a federal executive branch investigation and supervision agency for defendants who are released into the community while awaiting trial in both the DC Superior and US District courts.

(202) 220-5500 (phone)

(202) 220-5655 (fax)

 

633 Indiana Ave., NW, Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20004

Office of Property Management

 

Maintains and analyzes contracts for the  real estate management, construction, custodial, and security of the District’s properties.

opm.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-4400 (phone)

(202) 727-9877 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 1100 South
Washington
, DC 20001

DC Public Charter School Board

 

The Public Charter School Board is a charter independent agency.

 

Provides an alternative, customized, free education to District students. It receives and reviews applications to develop public charter schools; awards or denies requests for charters; monitors the operations of public charter schools, as well as the progress of students in those schools; and renews charters, or withdraws and revokes charters of schools that fall short of their goals or whose students perform poorly.

www.dcpubliccharter.com

 

(202) 328-2660 (phone)

(202) 328-2661 (fax)

 

3333 14th Street, NW, Suite 210
Washington, DC 20010

Public Employee Relations Board


The Public Employee Relations Board is an independent agency.

 

Resolves disputes between the District government and labor organizations which represent District agency employees.

perb.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-1822 (phone)

(202) 727-9116 (fax)

 

717 14th Street, NW, 11th Floor
Washington, DC 20005

 

DC Public Schools

 

Provides quality education, ensures a safe and secure learning environment, and provides support services to DC school children.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The Office of the General Counsel is the principal contact point within the DC Public Schools for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests must be in writing. When submitting a written request, please prominently mark the envelope or fax as a "FOIA Request."

Karen J. Herbert
FOIA Officer
DC Public Schools
825 North Capitol Street, NE, 9th Floor
Washington, DC 20002
Karen.Herbert@k12.dc.us
Phone: (202) 442-5000
Fax: (202) 442-5098

www.k12.dc.us

 

(202) 442-5885 (phone)

 

825 North Capitol Street, NE, Suite 9076
Washington, DC 20002

Public Service Commission

 

The Public Service Commission is a charter independent agency.

 

Oversees the utility companies that provide natural gas, electricity, and telecommunications services for the District.

www.dcpsc.org

 

(202) 626-5100 (phone)

(202) 393-1389 (fax)

 

1333 H Street, NW, Suite 200W
Washington, DC 20005

Department of Public Works

 

Manages and maintains public areas and transportation facilities, collects and disposes waste, regulates parking, and retrieves and sells abandoned vehicles.

dpw.dc.gov

 

(202) 673-6833 (phone)

(202) 671-0642 (fax)

 

2000 14th Street, NW, 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20009

Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals

 

The Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals is an independent agency.

 

The Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals is the second-level real property assessment appeals process.

brpaa.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-6860 (phone)

(202) 727-0392 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 430
Washington, DC 20001

Rehabilitation Services Administration

 

The Rehabilitation Services Administration provides comprehensive vocational and independent living services to persons with disabilities.

rsa.dhs.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-8663 (phone)

(202) 442-8742 (fax)

 

810 First Street, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

DC Retirement Board

 

The DC Retirement Board is an independent agency.

 

Invests, controls and manages the assets of the DC Teachers’ Retirement System and the DC Police Officers and Fire Fighters’ Retirement System.

dcrb.dc.gov

 

(202) 343-3200 (phone)

(202) 566-5000 (fax)

 

900 7th Street, NW

2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20001

Office of Risk Management

 

The Office of Risk Management provides risk identification, analyses, control and financing direction, guidance and support to District agencies so that they can minimize the total cost of risk.

orm.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-8600 (phone)

(202) 727-8319 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW
Suite 800
South
Washington
, DC 20001

Safe Passages Summer Programs

 

(Currently known as DC Summer Fun) Safe Passages Summer Programs provides a variety of programs such as reading clubs, camps, sports, and summer jobs for young people in the District.  There are also free meals, health and mental health services available.  This program is offered through the collaboration of the: DC Public Libraries, State Education Office, Department of Employment Services, Department of Parks and Recreation, DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation, DC Public Schools, Department of Human Services, Department of Mental Health, Department of Health, and Office of the Deputy Mayor for Children, Youth, Families and Elders.

dcsummerfun.dc.gov

 

(202) 698-3492

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004

Office of the Secretary

 

Serves as the sole custodian of the District of Columbia seal and authenticates its proper use on official documents; and manages, preserves, and provides public and archival records.

os.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-6306 (phone)

(202) 727-3582 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 419
Washington, DC 20004

Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission (Advisory Commission on Sentencing)

The District of Columbia Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission (formerly the Advisory Commission on Sentencing) recommends sentencing and corrections policy to the DC Council.

scdc.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-8822 (phone)

(202) 727-7929 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 830 South
Washington
, DC 20001

Serve DC

 

Main city resource for supporting and strengthening community service through partnerships, national service and volunteerism.

serve.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-7925

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 1140 North
Washington
, DC 20001

Department of Small and Local Business Development

 

The mission of the District of Columbia Department of Small and Local Business Development is to foster economic growth and development of Local, Small and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (LSDBE) through supportive legislation, business development programs, agency and public/private contract compliance.

dslbd.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-3900 (phone)

(202) 724-3786 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 970N
Washington, DC 20001

State School Board of Education

 

The DC State Board of Education is responsible for advising the State Superintendent of Education on educational matters, including state standards, state policies and state regulations proposed by the Mayor or the State Superintendent of Education.

sboe.dc.gov

 

(202) 741-0888

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 723 North
Washington
, DC 20001

State Superintendent of Education, Office of the

 

Formerly known as the State Education Office (SEO), the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) enhances educational services and opportunities to meet the life-long learning needs of all District residents by ensuring equitable distribution and availability of administrative, financial, and nutrition resources.

osse.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-6436 (phone)

(202) 727-2834 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 350 North
Washington
, DC 20001

 

 

Summer Youth Program

 

(Currently known as DC Summer Fun) DC's Summer Youth Program provides a variety of programs such as reading clubs, camps, sports, and summer jobs for young people in the District.  There are also free meals, health and mental health services available.  This program is offered through the collaboration of the: DC Public Libraries, State Education Office, Department of Employment Services, Department of Parks and Recreation, DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation, DC Public Schools, Department of Human Services, Department of Mental Health, Department of Health, and Office of the Deputy Mayor for Children, Youth, Families and Elders.

summeryouthprogram.dc.gov

 

(202) 463-6211 (phone)

(202) 727-0246 (fax)

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 303
Washington, DC 20004

Superior Court of the District of Columbia

 

The Superior Court of the District of Columbia is an independent agency.

 

Protects civilian rights and liberties, upholds and interprets the law, and resolves disputes peacefully, fairly and effectively in the nation's capital; hears civil, criminal, administrative, family, landlord and tenant, and other cases involving DC law; issues marriage licenses and accepts filings for divorce; and, the DC Superior Court Jurors' Office summons District of Columbia residents for jury service.*

*If you've received a summons and would like to reschedule your service, or to speak with a staff person about jury duty, call (202) 879-4604.

www.dccourts.gov

 

(202) 879-1010

 

H. Carl Moultrie I Courthouse
500 Indiana Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Office of Tax and Revenue

 

The Office of Tax and Revenue is a unit of the Office of the Chief Financial Officer.

 

Administers and enforces the District’s tax laws, collects revenues for the city, and records deeds and other written instruments affecting a right, title, or interest in real or personal property.

cfo.dc.gov/otr/site/default.asp

 

(202) 727-4829 (phone)

(202) 442-6477 (fax)

941 North Capitol Street, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

DC Taxicab Commission

 

The DC Taxicab Commission is an independent agency.

 

Regulates, oversees, and enforces laws for taxis, limos, sightseeing vehicles, and private ambulances for the District.

dctaxi.dc.gov

 

(202) 645-6018 (phone)

(202) 889-3604 (fax)

 

2041 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, SE, Suite 204
Washington, DC 20020

Office of the Chief Technology Officer

 

Plans, develops and implements the use of new technology for District agencies to improve delivery of services.

octo.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-2277 (phone)

(202) 727-6857 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 930S
Washington, DC 20001

Office of the Tenant Advocate

ota.dc.gov       

 

(202) 442-8359 (phone)

 

941 N. Capitol St. NE
Washington
, DC 20002

Transit Authority, Washington Metropolitan Area

 

The Transit Authority, Washington Metropolitan Area is an independent regional body.

 

Provides bus and rail system for the DC metropolitan area and establishes fares, funding, and operations of the system.

www.wmata.com

 

(202) 962-1234 (phone)

(202) 962-1133 (fax)

 

600 5th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Transit Commission, Washington Metropolitan Area

 

Regulates and allows the operation of airport shuttles, charter and tour busses, handicapped transportation, and other private-owned passenger carriers in the District and the surrounding metropolitan area.

(202) 331-1671 (phone)

(202) 653-2179 (fax)

 

1828 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036

District Department of Transportation

Plans, designs, constructs, and maintains the District's roadways, alleys, sidewalks, bridges, and traffic signals.

ddot.dc.gov

 

(202) 673-6813 (phone)

(202) 671-0127 (fax)

 

2000 14th Street, NW, 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20009

DC Tuition Assistance Grant Program

tuitiongrant.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-2824

 

441 Fourth Street, NW
Suite 450N

Washington, DC 20001

Office of Unified Communications

 

The Office of Unified Communications provides centralized District-wide coordination and management of public safety voice radio technology and other public safety wireless communication systems and resources.

ouc.dc.gov

 

(202) 730-0524 (phone)

(202) 730-0514 (fax)

 

District of Columbia Government
Washington, DC 20032

United States Attorney's Office

 

The United States Attorney's Office is within federal jurisdiction.

 

The mission of the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia is to enforce the criminal laws of the United States and the District of Columbia, represent the interests of the United States in civil litigation, and respond to the public safety needs of the community by leading an effective, well-coordinated law enforcement effort that contributes to the overall goal of improving the quality of life in the District of Columbia.

www.usdoj.gov/usao/dc/index.html

 

(202) 514-7566

 

555 4th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20530

University of the District of Columbia

 

The University of the District of Columbia is a public university.

 

Provides a quality affordable college education to DC residents for certificate, associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degrees.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the University of the District of Columbia for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Terri Carmichael Jackson
University of the District of Columbia
4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008

tjackson@udc.edu
Phone: (202) 274-5400
Fax: (202) 274-5320

www.udc.edu

 

(202) 274-5000 (phone)

(202) 274-5212 (fax)

 

4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008

Urban Forestry Administration

 

The Urban Forestry Administration's mission is to establish a full population of street trees within the District and to assure that those street trees are maintained in a healthy and safe condition.

ddot.dc.gov/ufa

 

(202) 673-6813

 

2000 14th Street, NW
6th Floor
Washington, DC 20009

 

Office of Veterans Affairs

 

The District of Columbia Office of Veterans Affairs (OVA) effectively advocates on behalf of District veterans and their families, and assists them in obtaining veteran services and benefits. In addition, the OVA recognizes the military service and sacrifice of DC veterans with commemorative programs and events.

ova.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-5454 (phone)

(202) 724-7117 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW
Suite 570
South
Washington
, DC 20001

Office of Victim Services

 

The Office of Victim Services (OVS) was established by Mayor’s Order 2004-119 on July 19, 2004. OVS is responsible for coordinating and supporting victim services within the District by working with DC government agencies and community-based organizations to develop, expand, and improve services that are provided to victims of violent crime. OVS also provides information and recommendations to the Mayor regarding the needs of victims and best practices for meeting those needs.

ovs.dmpsj.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-3934 (phone)

(202) 724-3819 (fax)

 

John A Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 407
Washington, DC 20004

Washington Convention Center Authority

 

The Washington Convention Center Authority is an independent agency.

 

Promotes and hosts large national and international conventions and trade shows, provides space for local and public events at the Washington Convention Center. The new state-of-the-art convention center, twice the size of the old center, opened in March 2003.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Washington Convention Center Authority for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Reginald Smith
FOIA Officer

Washington Convention Center
Authority
900 9th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

rsmith@dcconvention.com
Phone: (202) 249-3224
Fax: (202) 249-3133

www.dcconvention.com

 

(202) 249-3000

 

801 Mt. Vernon Place, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

 

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is an independent regional body.

 

Provides bus and rail system for the metropolitan area and establishes fares, funding, and operations of the system.

www.wmata.com

 

(202) 962-1234 (phone)

(202) 962-1133 (fax)

 

600 5th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission

 

Regulates and allows the operation of airport shuttles, charter and tour busses, handicapped transportation, and other private-owned passenger carriers in the District and the surrounding Metropolitan Area.

(202) 331-1671 (phone)

(202) 653-2179 (fax)

 

1828 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036

Washington, DC Convention and Tourism Corporation

 

The Washington, DC Convention and Tourism Corporation is an independent agency.

 

The tourism corporation's mission is to enhance the city's economy by continually increasing the number of overnight visitors to the Washington area. The corporation works in conjunction with the city government and member companies to collectively market the Washington area to prospective meeting and convention clients, US and international tour organizers, and business and vacation travelers.

www.washington.org

 

(202) 789-7000 (phone)

(202) 789-7037 (fax)

 

901 Seventh St., NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20001

 

DC Water and Sewer Authority

 

The DC Water and Sewer Authority is an independent agency.

 

Provides drinkable water to the District, treats and maintains wastewater, sewer systems, and storm-water flows.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the DC Water and Sewer Authority for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Katherine Cahill
FOIA Officer
DC Water and Sewer Authority
5000 Overlook Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20032

katherine.cahill@dcwasa.com
Phone: (202) 787-2623
Fax: (202) 787-2254

www.dcwasa.com

 

(202) 787-2000 (phone)

(202) 787-2210 (fax)

 

5000 Overlook Avenue, SW
Washington
, DC 20032

Women's Policy and Initiatives, Office on

 

The Office on Women's Policy and Initiatives (OWPI) is committed to enhancing the quality of life for all women and their families within the District of Columbia. OWPI, working in conjunction with the DC Commission for Women, is in a unique position to serve as a liaison between the public and private sectors and the Executive Office of the Mayor (EOM). The office tracks local women's issues, concerns and proposals and presents these ideas to the Mayor and officials.

owpi.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-1516 (phone)

(202) 727-1725 (fax)

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 223
Washington, DC 20004

DC Workforce Investment Council

 

The DC Workforce Investment Council is an independent agency.

 

Oversees the creation and improvement of services and programs that address the workforce development needs of the region's employers and the District's residents.

dcwic.dc.gov

 

(202) 698-5826 (phone)

(202) 724-1334 (fax)

 

609 H Street, NE, Suite 521
Washington, DC 20002

Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services

 

The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) provides citywide services for delinquency prevention and control to the protection of the community and the rehabilitation of youth. Specifically, DYRS provides security, supervision, and residential and community support services for committed and detained juvenile offenders and juvenile Persons in Need of Supervision (PINS). Clients are engaged in a variety of educational, therapeutic, recreational, and cultural enrichment programs

dyrs.dc.gov

 

(202) 576-8175

 

1000 Mt. Olivet Road, NE

Washington, DC 20002

Office of Zoning

 

The Office of Zoning is a charter independent agency.

 

 

Maintains and regulates applications for zoning; schedules public hearings; coordinates zoning application reviews; and provides information to the public, developers, and contractors.

 

 

dcoz.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-6311 (phone)

(202) 727-6072 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 210
Washington, DC 20001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D.C. Government Services

Agency and Description of  Services

Contact Information/Website

Office of Administrative Hearings  


Reviews citizen and medical facility arguments against decisions made by District agencies, such as civil infractions, program reimbursements, and license revocations.

 

 

 

oah.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-9091

 

825 North Capitol Street, NE
Suite 4150

Washington, DC 20002

Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions

 

Provides technical assistance to the 37 ANCs, composed of elected neighborhood residents, who advise the District government on particular issues affecting their areas, including planning, transportation, social services, health, public safety, sanitation, and Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) licensing.

anc.dc.gov

 

 

 

(202) 727-9945 (phone)

(202) 727-0289 (fax)

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC 20004

Office on African Affairs

 

The Office on African Affairs (OAA) provides constituent services and information to African communities through programmatic activities and outreach materials; serves as a liaison between the African communities, District government agencies, and the Mayor; and provides briefings to the Mayor and District government agencies about the particular needs or interests of the African residents of the District of Columbia.

oaa.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-5634

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 223

Washington, DC 20004

Office on Aging

 

Develops and institutes health, education, employment, and social services for District residents age 60 and older.

dcoa.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-5622 (phone)

(202) 724-4979 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 900S
Washington, DC 20001

Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration

abra.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-4423

 

941 North Capitol Street, NE, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20002

Animal Shelter, DC

 

The District's Animal Shelter and animal control programs are managed by the Washington Humane Society, an independent organization. The shelter houses and cares for thousands of the city's homeless cats and dogs, rabbits, snakes, and other animals. The DC Animal Control Facility is administered by the Department of Health.

 

Pictures and descriptions of animals available for adoption can be found on the Washington Humane Society's website. Information about animal control is available on the Department of Health website.

(202) 576-6664

 

1201 New York Avenue, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

Commission on the Arts and Humanities

 

Provides funds and information to initiate, develop, and support cultural activities and the arts, including services to artists, art organizations, educational and community organizations, and government agencies.

dcarts.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-5613 (phone)

(202) 727-4135 (fax)

 

1371 Harvard Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs

 

Advises the Mayor, the DC Council, and the District government on the views, needs, and concerns of Asian and Pacific Islanders (APIs) in DC; organizes and facilitates for the API community programs on public safety, human rights, economic development, housing, employment, social services, public health, transportation, education, and multicultural development.

 

 

apia.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-3120 (phone)

(202) 727-9655 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW
Suite 805S

Washington, DC 20001

 

Office of the Attorney General

 

Formerly named Office of the Corporation Counsel (OCC), the Office of the Attorney General conducts all law business for the District and handles all suits made by and against the government including state, local, and county matters, and the child support program.

oag.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-3400 (phone)

(202) 347-8922 (fax)

 

One Judiciary Square
441 4th Street, NW, Suite 1060N
Washington, DC 20001

Office of the DC Auditor

 

Promotes the economy, efficiency, and accountability of the Government of the District of Columbia through annual audits of its accounts, operations, and programs. Also audits the District's 37 Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANCs).

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Office of the DC Auditor for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Leigh Adams Slaughter
Legal Advisor and FOIA Officer
Office of the District of Columbia Auditor
717 14th Street, NW, Suite 900
Washington, DC  20005

leigh.slaughter@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 727-3600
Fax: (202) 724-8814

www.dcauditor.org

 

(202) 727-3600 (phone)

(202) 724-8814 (fax)

 

717 14th Street, NW, Suite 900
Washington, DC 20005

Mayor's Office of Boards and Commissions

 

Reviews and makes recommendations to the Mayor for appointments to more than 150 advisory, policy making, licensing, adjudicatory and legislative boards, commissions and committees. Promotes citizen input and participation in the selection of citizens to serve on boards and commissions.

obc.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-1372 (phone)

(202) 727-2359 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 302
Washington, DC 20004

Office of Cable Television

 

Monitors and regulates basic cable service for District residents, resolves disputes between cable subscribers and providers, and provides programming for DC Cable Channels 13 and 16.

oct.dc.gov

 

(202) 671-0066 (phone)

(202) 332-7020 (fax)

 

3007 Tilden Street, NW
Pod P
Washington, DC 20008

 

Office of Campaign Finance

 

The Office of Campaign Finance is a subordinate unit of the Board of Elections and Ethics, an independent agency.

 

Regulates the financial disclosure process and conduct of political campaigns, candidates, lobbyists, public officials, and political committees.

ocf.dc.gov

 

(202) 671-0547 (phone)

(202) 671-0658 (fax)

 

Reeves Center, Suite 420
2000 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Office of the Chief Financial Officer

 

Prepares the city's annual budget; borrows on behalf of the District; collects receipts, payments, and transactions for the District; invests the city's funds; administers and enforces tax laws; and produces the audited statements for the city's financial condition.

cfo.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-2476 (phone)

(202) 727-1643 (fax)

 

1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Room 203
Washington, DC 20004

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

 

Investigates and certifies all deaths in the District of Columbia that occur as the result of violence (injury) as well as those that occur unexpectedly, without medical attention, in custody, or pose a threat to public health.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.

FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.

Sharlene Williams
FOIA Officer
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
1910 Massachusetts Avenue, SE, Building #27
Washington, DC 20003
sharlene.williams@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 698-9005
Fax: (202) 698-9101

ocme.dc.gov

 

(202) 698-9000 (phone)

(202) 698-9100 (fax)

 

1910 Massachusetts Avenue, SE
Building # 27
Washington, DC 20003

Office of the Chief of Staff

 

Provides leadership, strategic direction, and policy guidance to the Executive Office of the Mayor, Deputy Mayors, agencies, and citizens so that the District can strengthen children, youth, families and individuals; build and sustain healthy neighborhoods; promote economic development; make government work; and enhance unity of purpose and democracy.

dc.gov/mayor/bios/dolphin.shtm

 

(202) 727-2643 (phone)

(202) 727-2975 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 509
Washington, DC 20004

Office of the Chief Technology Officer

 

Plans, develops, and implements the use of new technology for District agencies to improve delivery of services to residents, businesses and visitors.

octo.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-2277 (phone)

(202) 727-6857 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 930S
Washington, DC 20001

 

Child and Family Services Agency

 

The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is the District of Columbia public agency that protects child victims, and children at risk, of abuse or neglect.

cfsa.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-6000 (phone)

(202) 442-6498 (fax)

 

400 6th Street,  SW, 5th Floor
Washington, DC 20024

 

Child Support Services Division

 

The Child Support Services Division (CSSD) of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) performs all legal and programmatic functions associated with the District government's child support program. This Division provides services to assist District families by establishing paternity, locating absent parents, establishing child and medical support orders, reviewing and modifying child support orders, and enforcing delinquent child support orders. In addition, the Child Support Services Division recoups Temporary Assistance for Needy Family payments made to families when a non-custodial parent is not paying child support, Title IV-D foster care payments, or Medicaid payments.

cssd.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-9900

 

441 4th Street NW
Suite 550N

Washington, DC 20001

Office of the City Administrator

 

Provides oversight and support to the Deputy Mayors and increases government effectiveness with cross-agency and targeted improvement initiatives, including the integration of strategic policy priorities, budgetary constraints, and operational directives.

 

capstat.oca.dc.gov

 

(202) 478-9200 (phone)

(202) 727-9878 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 521
Washington, DC 20004

Mayor's Citywide Call Center

 

Main number for the DC government. Residents may call to report a problem or violation, offer feedback to the Mayor, or obtain government information.

311 (phone)

Clean City Initiative

 

The Office of the Clean City serves as the central point of contact and goal champion within the Mayor's initiative to clean up the District of Columbia and maintain its cleanliness.

cleancity.dc.gov

 

(202) 724-8967

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 221

Washington, DC 20004

Executive Office of Communications

 

Coordinates, disseminates, generates, and tracks press coverage on the administration’s vision, policies, and actions, to internal agencies and the general public, along with agency communication review and coordination, and emergency preparedness response services.

(202) 727-5011 (phone)

(202) 727-9561 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 310
Washington, DC 20004

Office of Community Affairs

 

The mission of the Office of Community Affairs is to meet the needs of the residents of the District of Columbia, and to engage the District’s diverse communities in civic life.

(202) 724-5556 (phone)

(202) 272-8527 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 327
Washington, DC 20004

Mayor's Office of Community Relations and Services

 

The Mayor’s Office of Community Relations and Services (MOCRS) serves as the Mayor's primary constituent services organization by providing rapid, complete, coordinated, and documented responses to constituent requests, complaints, and questions.

mocrs.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-8150 (phone)

(202) 727-5931 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 211
Washington, DC 20004

 

Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs

 

Licenses professionals and businesses; inspects and regulates building, housing, and land; and enforces business laws for the District’s residents, companies, and entrepreneurs.

dcra.dc.gov

 

(202) 442-4400 (phone)

(202) 442-9445 (fax)

 

941 North Capitol Street, NE
Washington
, DC 20002

 

Contract Appeals Board

 

The Contract Appeals Board has exclusive jurisdiction to decide protests of District contract solicitations and awards, appeals by contractors of District contracting officer final decisions, claims by the District against contractors, appeals by contractors of suspensions and debarments, and contractor appeals of interest payment claims under the Quick Payment Act.  The Board's website provides links for parties to conduct electronic filing in Board cases and to conduct full text searching of pleadings in pending and closed cases.

Jonathan Zischkau
Chief Administrative Judge
Contract Appeals Board
717 14th Street, NW, Suite 430
Washington, DC 20005
jonathan.zischkau@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 727-6597
Fax: (202) 727-3993

cab.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-6597 (phone)

(202) 727-3993 (fax)

 

717 14th Street, NW, Suite 430
Washington, DC 20005

Office of Contracting and Procurement

 

The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), under the direction of the Chief Procurement Officer, was established by DC Law in 1997 and provides contracting services for selected agencies and offices in the District.

ocp.dc.gov

 

(202) 727-0252 (phone)

(202) 727-9385 (fax)

 

441 4th Street, NW, Suite 700 South
Washington
, DC 20001

Department of Corrections

 

Provides safe and secure confinement of those accused of crimes while awaiting trials and for convicted offenders.

doc.dc.gov

 

(202) 673-7316 (phone)

(202) 671-0169 (fax)

 

1923 Vermont Avenue, NW, Room 207N
Washington, DC 20001

Council of the District of Columbia

 

The Council of the District of Columbia is the legislative branch of the District of Columbia.

 

The DC Council develops legislative initiatives and budget priorities to promote the public welfare. It oversees the performance of government agencies and the implementation of management reforms to improve service delivery. All legislative powers are vested in the DC Council.

www.dccouncil.washington.dc.us

 

(202) 724-8000 (phone)

(202) 347-3070 (fax)

 

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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