September 19, 2019

Reference: New Annotated Webliography: “Where Do FOIA Responses Live? Electronic Reading Rooms and Web Sources”

Title

Where Do FOIA Responses Live? Electronic Reading Rooms and Web Sources

Author

Lisa DeLuca
Seton Hall University

Source

C&RL News (2019; 80.1)

From the Introduction

There is no shortage of literature analyzing the challenges and administrative components of FOIA, including response wait times, complaints about excessive redactions, and lawsuits over access to government files. The purpose of this article is to describe where FOIA responses can be located. Searchable government FOIA information varies by agency. This column includes descriptions of several agency Electronic Reading Rooms, government sources (including Presidential Libraries), and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), as well as nongovernment sources, such as FOIA Mapper and MuckRock. The sources listed in this column are excellent starting points to locate current and historical FOIA content.

Resources/Annotations are Organized into the Following Sections:

  • Electronic Reading Rooms
  • Government Resources
  • Nongovernment Resources
  • Presidential Records
  • Vice-Presidential Records

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