Seriously, does the current Administration think that a voluntary process is going to make functionally any difference at all?
Those agencies with the most to hide, particularly those who may have employees or directors with inappropriate conflict of interest relationships with corporations or other organizations will be the last to ever consent to the transparency of making responses (truthful and illuminating responses) to FOIA requests more easily accessed.
Perhaps in issues, which do not involve corruption and direct involvement of federal managers in confederate relationships to defense contractors, who profit mightily from such relationships, there may be some easier access to some information. But the situations that are causing the worst of the mass of incidents being covered up and kept from the public will not be helped by any of this.
And those federal employees who are trying to report such violations will continue to be shredded by the system of corruption and the influence pressured by conflict of interest relationships as they are today.
Requesting public documents about to get easier
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