Letter opposing espionage amendment

More than twenty organizations sent a letter opposing a proposed amendment to S. 236 offered by Sen. Kyl. The Judiciary Committee held no hearings or debate on the practical or   Read Full

Letter on the control and designation of controlled unclassified information (CUI)

Patrice McDermott, Director of OpenTheGovernment.org, co-signed a letter to Ambassador Thomas McNamara, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, expressing the desire to remain involved in the process of formulating   Read Full

OpenTheGovernment.org Letter to the New Congress

OpenTheGovernment.org sent a letter welcoming the 110th Congress and urging them to recognize that the elections were as much about improving government transparency and accountability as they were about changing   Read Full

Groups urge modification to public disclosure provisions

Over twenty groups signed a letter to key House members to urge modification of the public disclosure provisions of HR 5533, which would establish a new Biomedical Advanced Research and   Read Full

Correct misuse of Sensitive Security Information control marking

On September 14, 2006, OpenTheGovernment.org sent a letter to Senate and House Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Conferees on behalf of twenty-eight signatories. The letter asked conferees to help correct   Read Full

Post Katrina-Related Contracts Online, Groups Tell Bush

More than 50 organizations, including civil liberties, media, library, and environmental groups, sent a letter to President Bush urging the White House to post all spending documents related to Hurricane   Read Full