Public Record Request Form

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Under the North Carolina Public Records law, records of government are presumed to be public records unless otherwise protected. (A list of records considered confidential is outlined in the law.) The policy of the state of North Carolina is to allow public access to the activities of government, including public documents, for residents, members of the media and other organizations.

What Records NCDIT Can Provide

The N.C. Department of Information Technology is responsible only for its own records and does not have access to records of other state departments and agencies. NCDIT can provide records related to matters such as:

  • IT procurements
  • NCDIT correspondence
  • NCDIT data and records
  • NCDIT human resources 

Learn more about the types or records NCDIT can provide and cannot provide.

Learn more about what to expect from the public records process.

Submit a Public Records Request

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Please be as specific as possible about what you are requesting.

NCDIT cannot provide records related 911 calls or other emergency information. You should contact the emergency call center (also known as a public safety answering point, or PSAP), that handled the call. 

Contact an Emergency Call Center

NCDIT cannot provide driver or vehicle records. Nor can it provide records related to accidents or wrecks. You should contact the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles to request this information.

Contact NCDMV

NCDIT cannot provide records related to background checks or personal records. You can obtain various background checks through your current employer, the State Bureau of Investigation or N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts.

NCDIT cannot provide records related to child support. You must contact the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services’ Child Support Services.

Contact Child Support Services

NCDIT cannot provide records related to tax records. You can, however, obtain copies of North Carolina tax records from the N.C. Department of Revenue.

Contact the N.C. Department of Revenue