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Agencies Violate Law On Online Information

The newest from the National Security Archive: “Ten years after Congress enacted the Electronic Freedom of Information Act Amendments (E-FOIA), only one in five federal agencies actually complies with the law, according to a new survey released today during Sunshine Week by the National Security Archive.”

Agencies Violate Law On Online Information National Security Archive, 12 March 2007.

Only One in Five Federal Agencies Meets Congress’s Requirements 10 Years After Electronic Freedom of Information Amendments

“E-Delinquents” Include Air Force and Immigration/Customs; Education and NASA Rank as “E-Stars” with Excellent Web Sites

Knight Open Government Survey by National Security Archive Covers 149 Federal Offices, Concludes “File Not Found”

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