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George Washington University's National Security Archive "awarded the Justice Department the award for 2011 last month for its response to Freedom of Information Act requests and the FOIA policies and guidance that it sets for the rest of government. Nate Jones, the FOIA Coordinator at George Washington University's National Security Archive, joined Francis Rose to discuss the dubious honor and government openness.
Tom Blanton, executive director of the National Security Archive, talks about his group's efforts in recognizing poor compliance with open government practices through its annual Rosemary Award.
A group dedicated to reducing government secrecy gave its annual worst performance award Tuesday to the Justice Department.
The White House updates critical components of capture, backup, and preservation of e-mail.
A Presidential Interagency Task Force is recommending a single, standardized framework for marking, safeguarding and disseminating sensitive but unclassified information across the federal government.
Not every agency is responding the President's call for transparency - a call that was highlighted in a memorandum signed on President Obama's first day in office.
Without training and leadership, modern history may be lost forever.
A National Security Archive survey finds agencies are falling short of the Obama administration's order to improve response time for Freedom of Information Act requests.