FOIA

BLOG | Supreme Court FOIA Decision and Official Candor

by Jeff Ruch | March 16, 2021
The recent Supreme Court decision makes government less transparent by shielding scientific conclusions from disclosure unless they are finally adopted by agency decision-makers ...

BLOG | The Dumpster Fire Presidency in Review

by Peter Jenkins | January 19, 2021
The Trump Administration went out of its way to violate “good government” laws and norms. Here's a list of their worst "Dirty Dozen" abuses ...

PEER Fights D.C.’s Attempt to Neuter FOIA

by Susan Sargent | May 13, 2019
Letter Protests the District’s Bad Process for Bad Legislation ...

Interior to Deny More FOIA Requests – Especially from Media

by Susan Sargent | December 31, 2018
Proposed Rules Facilitate Request, Fee Waiver, and Expedited Processing Rejections ...

Lawsuit on Why Employee Rating of Trump Appointees Ended

by Susan Sargent | November 26, 2018
2018 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Altered to Restrict “Leadership” Definition ...