NASA FOIA Follies Continue

Getting NASA to Comply With Simple FOIA Requests Is a Nightmare

"Trying to effectively use the Freedom of Information Act can be hell. Maybe a police department will demand a ridiculous and seemingly arbitrary fee to collect records, or perhaps an agency simply won't respond to requests. Judging by Motherboard's own requests as well as those from Freedom of Information organizations, one government body in particular stands out for turning FOIA requests into a nightmare: NASA. Trying to effectively use the Freedom of Information Act can be hell. Maybe a police department will demand a ridiculous and seemingly arbitrary fee to collect records, or perhaps an agency simply won't respond to requests. Judging by Motherboard's own requests as well as those from Freedom of Information organizations, one government body in particular stands out for turning FOIA requests into a nightmare: NASA."

- NASA FOIA Follies Continue, earlier post
- Why Does it Take 2 Years For GSFC To Respond to a FOIA Request?, earlier post
- Never Ask NASA a Simple Question, earlier post
- NASA Refuses To Accept Its Own News Media Accreditation (Update), earlier post
- In Search Of A CASIS Report Card, earlier post

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