Secrecy Report 2013
Tis report was made possible by the generous support o the CS Fund, the Open Society Foundations, the RockeellerBrothers Fund, the Ford Foundation, and the Bauman Foundation.Te authors o this report are Patrice McDermott, Amy Bennett, Abby Paulson, and Shannon Alexander. Te reportbeneted rom the helpul advice and assistance o the OpenTeGovernment.org Steering Committee.
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