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FCSIC collects no personal information about you when you visit the FCSIC Web site unless you give us that information directly. However, for security purposes, FCSIC does collect information about your Internet connection. When you use the FCSIC Web site, you are giving consent to the Government to monitor and audit your use of this system if it chooses.

Generally, we do not use cookies on this Web site. On occasion we send a session cookie to your computer that is returned only to our server. A session cookie is a small bit of text that is temporarily stored in your computer to facilitate access to some of our Web pages. This cookie is deleted when you exit your browser.

What We Collect and Store Automatically—Your Internet Connection
We automatically collect and store the following information about you when you visit our Web site. This information does not identify you personally.

  • The name of the Internet domain you used to access the Internet (for example, “xcompany.com,” if you use a private Internet access account, or “yourschool.edu,” if you connect from a university’s domain)
  • Your IP address, which is a number that identifies your computer or your firewall
  • The date and time you access our site
  • The pages you visit

How We Use Personal Information That You Send to Us
When you contact us and provide us with personal information (such as your name and address), we use this information in the following ways:

  1. If you make an inquiry or ask us to add your name to a FCSIC mailing list, we add your personal information to an electronic database for correspondence tracking or mailing lists. We keep your personal information in secure computer systems and only employees with a business reason may see it.
  2. If you make an inquiry or a request, or file a complaint that needs supervisory or other attention, we may give personal information to our attorneys, examiners, or other appropriate staff or to other Federal, State, or local agencies.
  3. If you comment on a FCSIC proposed rule, policy statement, or regulatory action, we place your comment letter and your personal information in the public rulemaking file, which is available to the public.
  4. We may disclose personal information to further our mission of maintaining stability and public confidence in the Farm Credit System.

We may disclose personal information as required by law or for a criminal investigation. Please remember that electronic mail (e-mail) is not secure from interception, so you may want to send your information by postal mail instead to

1501 Farm Credit Drive
McLean, VA 22102