News Highlights – July 5, 2012

FOIA.gov and Planned FOIA Management Website Aren’t Duplicative

Happy 46th Birthday, Freedom of Information!

Agenices Should Publish Lists of All Their Data, Group Says

No Summer Break Here: Agencies to Receive Plain-Language Report Cards

No Remand in ACLU FOIA Appeal

What Ever Happened to Earmark Transparency?

FOIA.gov and Planned FOIA Management Website Aren’t Duplicative

[FierceGovernmentIT, July 3, 2012]

Happy 46th Birthday, Freedom of Information!

[NSArchive, July 4, 2012; See also: 5 Things the Public Wouldn’t Know Without FOIA from POGO Blog]

Agencies Should Publish Lists of All Their Data, Group Says

[NextGov, July 3, 2012]

No Summer Break Here: Agencies to Receive Plain-Language Report Cards

[Federal Computer Week, July 5, 2012]

No Remand in ACLU FOIA Appeal

[Lawfare, July 3, 2012]

What Ever Happened to Earmark Transparency?

[Sunlight Foundation, July 3, 2012]

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