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Thursday, April 29, 2010

FBI Adds Electronic Form for FOIA Requests

The FBI has a new electronic form designed to make requesting information easier. In addition, the bureau has retooled it records website, including a guide for research in FBI Records.

Of course, filing a request has always been the easiest part of making a FOIA request of the FBI. George Washington University's National Security Archive has criticized the bureau for its high percentage of "no records exist" responses in 2008, and the low percentage of requests granted by the FBIA.

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