Missing Child Notice Program

The GSA Missing Child Notice Program provides missing child notices and guidance on how to post them in buildings owned or controlled by the federal government.

Executive agencies must post missing children notices in public areas, per the Presidential Memorandum. Each month, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) provides information regarding missing children and notifies us when a featured missing child is located.

Subscribe to the GSA Missing Child Notice Program monthly email list to get the latest notices for posting by contacting brittany.mayo@gsa.gov.

Download all the missing child notices for the current month in PDF form [PDF - 463 KB] or Zipped file [ZIP - 2 MB].

Missing Children Posters

Posting Guidance

Leased buildings are not part of the Memorandum; however, you may still post notices if you wish.

  • On or about the first of each month, remove and replace all notices from the previous month with new notices.
  • Ensure that notices are posted in public areas and offer maximum exposure to the public.
  • Limit display to one location per building.
  • Keep all hardcopy displays tasteful and modest in size out of respect for employees who may see the pictures repeatedly.

If you have questions, contact the NCMEC Hotline at 1-800-THE LOST (1-800-843-5678).

Last Reviewed: 2021-11-10