TTB's Open Government Initiative

TTB is Committed to Open Government

Whether we offer online systems for electronic application submissions, or create interactive tutorials, webinars, and FAQs to connect you to our information and services, we have embraced Open Government. But there is still more to do: We are committed to expanding transparency, participation, and collaboration, and creating a new level of openness and accountability.

As we move forward with Open Government to ensure its principles become an integral part of our mission and culture, we welcome your feedback, comments, and suggestions.

Digital Government Strategy and Open Data Initiative

On May 23, 2012, the President released a memorandum that called for a comprehensive Government Digital Strategy aimed at delivering better services to the American people.


Current Innovations

Use Permits Online to draft, submit, and track original and amended applications to operate alcohol and tobacco businesses, and to register to make tax free sales of firearms and ammunition.

Permits Online Homepage


FOIA and Records

Tips for making a "perfected" FOIA request.

Submit a Request


Reports and Other Resources

We present an annual report to communicate relevant performance and financial information on our operations.

TTB Annual Reports


Open Government Policy

On his first day in office, President Obama signed a memorandum to all Federal Agencies directing them to break down barriers to transparency, participation, and collaboration between the Federal Government and the people it serves.

 

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