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DOD Freedom of Information Act Policies Need Improvement
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Randolph R. Stone (fr)
This report determined whether noncareer officials were adversely affecting the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) process at the Department of Defense (DOD) between January 2007 and July 2015. Specifically, it evaluated whether noncareer officials in DOD unduly influenced the FOIA response process through unnecessary delays or withholding of information that would have otherwise been released absent the noncareer officialäó»s involvement. The evaluation did not disclose any instances of a noncareer official unduly influencing the FOIA response process. However, it found that the DOD Deputy Chief Management Officeräó»s Transparency Office has not updated DOD FOIA policies to reflect current FOIA requirements. In addition, this office issued informal guidance on notification procedures for äóģsignificantäó¯ FOIA releases that was not incorporated into the äóģDOD Freedom of Information Act Program.äó¯ This is a print on demand report.
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