GSA performed a myopic search that turned over only a handful of records out of tens of thousands on the FBI headquarters relocation project.
In 2010, the White House required some agencies to create biannual open government plans. Along with a coalition of organizations, we are monitoring their compliance.
Nearly a month-and-a-half after federal agency Open Government Plans were due to be published, major agencies still have not done so.
If anything, proposed legislation to strengthen FOIA codifies what already should be agency practice.
Starting in 2010, the White House required some agencies to create biannual open government plans. We're tracking compliance.
The National Archives and Records Administration and the Obama administration deserve kudos for the directive on managing government records issued last month.
The Office of Management and Budget has taken a troubling stand, undermining the independence of the government's third party arbitrators.
Today, CREW sent a letter to the OMB, asking Acting Director Jeffrey Zients to immediately release FOIA guidance from the Office of Government Information Services.