"Over ten months, the Washington Post analyzed the spending, services, and finances of every specialized AIDS organization funded by D.C.'s HIV/AIDS Administration from 2004-2008, an estimated 90 groups, building a database from tax returns, audits, lawsuits, real estate records, D.C. Council records, and corporate and police reports. The Post also obtained grant agreements, invoices and government correspondence for about 60 of these groups. The newspaper interviewed dozens of people with HIV or AIDS patients, their families and service providers, and visited more than a dozen offices across the city."
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
FOI at Work: The Washington Post Investigates AIDS Organizations in DC
Check out this investigation undertaken by The Washington Post:
Posted by National Freedom of Information Coalition at 3:15 PM
Labels: D.C., health data
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