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Small biz group sues DoD over release of subcontracting reports
Wednesday - 6/13/2012, 10:10am EDT
But the American Small Business League says there's no legal basis for the department to deny its Freedom of Information Act request.
The group is seeking information on a Hewlett-Packard contract.
In its rejection, the Defense Department says the request applies to trade secrets and other sensitive commercial or financial information.
The group is asking a federal court in San Francisco to order DoD to disclose the documents.
It also accuses President Barack Obama of falling back on his promise to make government more open.
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