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Eight Federal Agencies Have FOIA Requests a Decade Old, According to Knight
Open Government Survey
The Knight Survey of the oldest requests utilized the FOIA to examine the
actual copies of the oldest requests from the 35 federal agencies and
components that process more than 90 percent of all FOIAs.  It shows that
the oldest requests in the U.S. government were submitted before the fall of
the Soviet Union.  These unfulfilled requests – some are for documents that
are themselves more than 50 years old – are victims of an endless referral
process in which any agency that claims “equity” can censor their release.


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