Information policy in the twenty-first century
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Access to Federal access to government administrative appeal Archives Attorney attorney's fees backlog bill Buckhannon Bush Administration Chairman citizens classify information compliance Congress Court Cox Newspapers decisions declassification Department of Justice disclosure documents ensure executive branch Faster FOIA Act Federal agencies Federal Government federal records filed fiscal FOIA exemptions FOIA process FOIA requests Freedom of Information Government Accountability Office government information Government Management hearing Homeland Security implementation increase Information Act FOIA Information Management Information Policy issue John Comyn Justice Department Koontz Kurtz law enforcement lawsuit legislation litigation Maloney NARA national security National Security Archive Nichols number of requests Office OPEN Government Act Patrick Leahy Peace Corps percent Plaintiff Platts Presidential Records Act Privacy Act Professor Begleiter public access ranking member redacted release requestors responsive records Secrecy sensitive specific statement statute statutory Subcommittee on Government Tapscott testimony Thank Todd Russell Platts Towns Washington Waxman