Communications and Governmental Affairs Staff
|Lesia Shannon Kudelka||Communications Director and Ombudsman|
|Katie Phillips||Director of Governmental Affairs|
|Holly Beeson||Counsel to the Office of Communications and Governmental Affairs|
To all FOIA Requestors: Please know that during our state’s current public health emergency, all attempts will be made to process your request within the required 10 business days. We hope you can appreciate that our Agency may need additional time to respond as we have limited staff available right now. If you have any questions or concerns, please email our office at Lesia.Kudelka@llr.sc.gov. Thank you for your patience.
The South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (LLR) accepts requests for information under the S.C. Freedom of Information Act by mail and email. Per Agency policy, requests for copies of documents that exceed 20 pages will be assessed a fee of 15 cents per page. You may fill out the below FOIA request and submit to our office or you may send an email that says "Under the SC Freedom of Information Act, I request the following: ... ".
Requests should be addressed to:
LLR Communications Director Lesia Shannon Kudelka
Send email requests to: Lesia.Kudelka@llr.sc.gov
Send requests by mail to: LLR Communications Director
Lesia Shannon Kudelka
110 Centerview Drive
Columbia, SC 29210
LLR's Professional and Occupational Licensing Boards (POL) can produce a roster by Board of its active licensees upon request.
You can request a roster here: Licensee List Request.
Please print and sign the Statement of Compliance Form and attach a check for $10 for each roster requested. Make checks payable to LLR. The Statement of Compliance Form provides an address where the form and check can be mailed.
State Inspector General's Fraud Complaint Hotline
To report fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, or misconduct within or involving a state agency, call the State Inspector General at 1-855-723-7283 (1-855-SC-Fraud), or visit the State Inspector General's website at State Inspector General to file a complaint online.