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Freedom of Information Act: Preliminary Analysis of Processing Trends Shows Importance of Improvement Plans:
The Freedom of Info. Act (FOIA) establishes that f

 
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By Linda D. Koontz (au)
Year: 2006
Pages: 62
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422308472

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The Freedom of Info. Act (FOIA) establishes that fed. agencies must provide the public with access to govít. info., thus enabling them to learn about govít. operations & decisions. To help ensure appropriate implementation, the act requires that agencies report annually to the Attorney Gen., providing specific info. about their FOIA operations. In addition, a recent Exec. Order directs agencies to develop plans to improve their FOIA operations, incl., among other things, goals to reduce backlogs in FOIA requests. GAO has reported previously on the contents of these annual reports for 25 major agencies. For this hearing, Linda Koontz testified both on the annual reports for FY 2005 & on the recently developed improvement plans for these 25 agencies.

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