TVA has established guidelines for ensuring the quality and timeliness of the information it provides to the public. Those guidelines call for the public information presented by TVA to be objective (that is, accurate, clear, complete, and unbiased), and usable by the intended audience.
Members of the public who believe that any information disseminated by TVA is inaccurate may have the error corrected. For more information on this initiative, see the TVA Information Quality Report.
These guidelines describe the information quality procedures at TVA, and also define the procedure for submitting requests regarding information correction.
Bulletin for Peer Review
Based on the review conducted, TVA has not identified any upcoming influential scientific information (including highly influential scientific assessments) within the definitions promulgated by OMB’s Bulletin M-05-03, Final Information Quality Bulletin on Peer Review. Therefore TVA has no agenda of forthcoming influential scientific disseminations to post on its website in accordance with the Bulletin. If such documents are identified, they will be posted for public review.
Information Quality Correspondence
At this time, TVA has no information quality correction requests. Should future requests be received, this page will be updated with those requests.
If you detect an error in a TVA publication or on this Web site, you may report it by writing to the address below. Please give your name and address, tell us the place where you found the error (for example, publication name, page number, or URL of Web page), and provide the correct information.
Information Quality Officer
400 West Summit Hill Drive, WT-7D
Knoxville, TN 37902
You may also report an error using this form: