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U.S. Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation Washington, D.C. 20535, November 29, 2016 MR_ADAM J. RAPPAPORT CREW 6” FLOOR 455 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, NW WASHINGTON, D¢ 20001, Request No. NFP-63021 Subject: Communications between FBI and Congress (Hilary Cinton or Anthony Weiner) Dear Mr. Rappaport This isn response to your Freedom of information Act (FOIA) request. ‘The FOIA provides for access to government records where the records sought are "reasonably described” [Tite §, United States Code, Secon 552(a)(3\(A)). Your compound request does not comport with the requirements of28 CFR § 16 2(D), as it does not provide enough delas to enable personnel fo locate records “witha reasonable amount of efor "Your compound requests overly broad in scope and seeks information in vague and undefined terms. Moreover, the FOIA does not require federal agencies to answer inquires, create Fecords, conduct research, or draw conclusions concerning queried information. Accordingly. your request is, closed, ‘Should you resubmit your request, please provide more narrowed and detaled information that would ‘enable personnel to locate any specife policy document you seek For questions on how to reasonably describe your request, please email us at fomaquestios@icfoigov, You may also visit wu fbiov and select “Services,” “Records Management,” and “Freedom of Information/Prvacy Act for additonal guidance. ‘You may fe an appeal by wnting to the Director, Ofice of Information Policy (OIP), United States Department of Justice, Suite 11050, 1425 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20530:000', or you ‘may submit an appeal through OIPs FOlAoniine poral by creating an account on the folowing web Sie; bins dfoiaonine regulations ¢ ovfoia/acton/oubicthame. Your appeal must be postmarked or electronical transmitted within ninety (80) days from the date of tis letter in order to be considered timely. you submit your appeal by mail, both the letter and the envelope should be clearly marked "Freedom of Information Act Appeal” Please cite the FOIPA Request Number assigned to your request so that l may be easily dented ‘You may seek dispute resolution services by contacting the Office of Government information Services (0GIs) at 877-684-6448, or by emaiing aais@nara.cov. Ateratvely, you may contact the FBI's FOIA Public Liaison by emailing foipacusstions@ic b.qov.._If you submit your dispute resolution corespondence by eral the subject heacing should clearly stale “Dspute Resolution Services.” Pease algo cle the FOIPA Request [Number assigned fo your request so that may be easy dentiied Enclosed for your information isa copy ofthe FBI Fact Sheet Sincerely, Sul David M. Hardy Section Chef, Recordinformation Dissemination Section Records Management Division Enclosure