FOIA March Madness 2016
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After the bloodbath of last round that separated the Junior Clerks from the Senior Information Specialists, the FOIA March Madness Semifinals turned into an all-out slugfest between some of the most responsive agencies in public records. Here’s who made it to the Final Four.
FOIA March Madness is off to an ugly start, with many top seeds eliminated before they even left the gate. See which of the 64 agencies that started are still in the running.
The mid-March doldrums are here, and people everywhere are caught in the throes of Madness. Some of us mean basketball. Some mean (b)5 exemptions. And, yet, not everyone can settle on or in or even anywhere near the court. Which is why this year we’ve brought that unifying tried-and-true bracket bonanza of college ball to the friendly competition of FOIA requests, and we’d like to you to play.
Beryl Lipton sent this request to the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration of the United States of America
Beryl Lipton sent this request to the United States Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board of the United States of America