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OIP Report Misleadingly Touts a Government-Wide FOIA Release Rate of 94.4%, Continued Surveillance of Black Lives Matter, and More: FRINFORMSUM 6/4/2020
OMB’s Proposed FOIA Fee Guideline Revisions Don’t Go Far Enough, State Department Historical Advisory Report Slams DoD Performance Again, and More: FRINFORMSUM 5/8/2020
Sunshine Week Round-Up, Ways to Strengthen the Presidential Records Act, COVID-19 Transparency Resources, and More: FRINFORMSUM 3/20/2020
SunshineWeek Special: NARA’s Oldest FOIA Request- At 26 Years Old- Is About to Get Kicked Off Its Parent’s Insurance
Judge Calls on Congress to Fix PRA Loopholes, FOIA Discredits Eric Trump’s Claim that Secret Service Stays at Trump Properties for Free, and More: FRINFORMSUM 2/21/2020
ICE, Initially Citing No FOIA Exemption, Wrongly Denied Immigration Lawyers Access to their Clients’ A-Files: FRINFORMSUM 1/23/2020
Unredacted Ukraine Emails Show FOIA Exemption 5 Abuse, Court Rules Contractor Diversity Data Can’t be Hidden by Exemption 4, and More: FRINFORMSUM 1/13/2020
New Digital National Security Archive Document Collection Covers U.S. Policy toward Iran from 1978-2015
Glomar Denial Shot Down in the Courts Again, AG Barr Slams FOIA “Regime” at Federalist Society Event, and More: FRINFORMSUM 11/21/2019
Archive, CREW, Historians Sue Pompeo and the State Department over Failure to Create Records, and More: FRINFORMSUM 11/8/2019
ISOO’s FY 2018 Classification Report Continues to Warn of Outdated System, but Lacks Key, Previously-Reported Data: FRINFORMSUM 10/17/2019