Agencies should use their websites to bring the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) into the 21st century. Every agency should allow the public to submit and track FOIA requests, and to receive responses, on the agency website. Specifically, each agency should have an email address and a web form where the public can submit FOIA requests. All agency websites should include an easy-to-understand explanation of how to submit ...more »
Rather than having to submit handwritten forms, wait 10 days, pay "copy and research fees" and ultimately be frustrated, put all public information online in a consistent and accessible format.