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Privacy and Civil Liberties

Notice: As a result of increases in the Health Protection Condition (HPCON) level, our offices are limited to mission-essential personnel only and maximizing the use of telework for other personnel. This means that we are unable to handle requests sent via traditional methods such as postal mail. During this time, we  can only respond to electronic inquiries while under elevated HPCON levels and request that  when sending information to the DHA Privacy and Civil Liberties Office or the DHA Freedom of Information Act Service Center,  please use the following addresses or

Please refrain from sending personally identifiable information or health related information as these mailboxes do not allow for your encrypted submission. However, in an abundance of caution, you may use the DoD SAFE (Secure Access File Exchange) via to upload and send your personal information. Please reference the above mailbox addresses for your submission. When using SAFE, we request that any personal information being transmitted must be encrypted prior to uploading and the decryption key must then be provided to the recipient(s) by a means other than SAFE. 

Thank you for your understanding during this time. We will update our webpage when we return to normal operations.

The DHA Privacy and Civil Liberties Office is responsible for safeguarding Military Health System (MHS) individuals and information by administering compliance programs. In this section of the site, you can find information about several important programs and functions, including:

Protection of personally identifiable and protected health information (PII/PHI) serves eligible beneficiaries, human research subjects, and the DHA workforce.

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Privacy Program Plan


The DHA Privacy Office has developed this PPP to present its strategic concept of operations, including descriptions of how DHA complies with federal privacy requirements and related information management subject areas. This DHA PPP formally documents the DHA’s Privacy Program, including a description of the structure of the Privacy Program, the subject programs and activities that comprise the program, the roles and responsibilities of privacy officials and staff, the strategic goals and objectives of the Privacy Program, and the controls in place or planned – such as policies and procedures and specific programs and activities for meeting applicable privacy requirements and managing privacy risks. Privacy Program Plan

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