Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) April 9th, 2014 OIP highlights successes that agencies have achieved in increasing proactive disclosures as reported in their 2014 Chief FOIA Officer Reports in the third part of a continuing series.
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The National Security Archive. National Freedom of Information Coalition. National Archives and Records Administration. Internet Law Library. THOMAS (Library of Congress) Fighting For Your Business. U S Food and Drug Administration Home Page. Earthfiles.com Headline News. The Disclosure Project. Declassified Government Documents. Declassified Government Documents About Declassified Documents | Security Classification | Guides | FOIA Information | Collections at UC Berkeley | Internet Collections and Indexes | Presidential Libraries About Declassified Documents Documents may be classified for many reasons - issues of national security or privacy.
A popular misconception is that when a document is declassified, it is somehow systematically made available to the public, for example, distributed to depository libraries. This is most often not the case. Cryptome. The Coalition for Freedom of Information (CFi) CIA FOIA - Overview. The Black Vault.