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April 21, 2014

By Joshua Christensen

EPIC Case Will Define Government Records



White House Screen Cyber Initiative POGO supports amicus brief for FOIA case that will dramatically affect government transparency.

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Topics: Open Government

April 4, 2014

By Emily Binkow

OMB Refuses to Provide Charge Card Policies and Reports



Denied Stamp The Office of Management and Budget denied a recent Project On Government Oversight FOIA request for information related to charge card abuse in government agencies.

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Topics: Government Accountability

April 3, 2014

By Joshua Christensen

The Most Transparent Administration in History? Not So Much…



Classified The White House set a new record on the number of Freedom of Information Act requests it denied or censored.

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Topics: Government Accountability

March 14, 2014

By Avery Kleinman

Looking Forward to When FOIA is No Longer Needed



FOIA Day Panel Open government activists, journalists and interested citizens gathered today at Washington, D.C.’s Newseum to celebrate the 16th annual National Freedom of Information Day, part of this year’s Sunshine Week.

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Topics: Open Government

March 4, 2014

By Avery Kleinman

House Unanimously Passes Freedom of Information Improvements



Open Government Last week, the House of Representatives passed important legislation that will go a long way towards reforming the Freedom of Information Act.

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Topics: Open Government

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