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CREW v. DOD: Regarding DISA: 10/15/08 - Document 16

CREW v. DOD: Regarding DISA: 10/15/08 - Document 16

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November 6, 2007 // Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), an office in the Department of Defense which runs the White House email servers, for any emails from the Republican Party addresses they had stored on their servers. When DISA failed to complay with the FOIA request, CREW filed suit for access to the disputed emails.
November 6, 2007 // Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), an office in the Department of Defense which runs the White House email servers, for any emails from the Republican Party addresses they had stored on their servers. When DISA failed to complay with the FOIA request, CREW filed suit for access to the disputed emails.

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
 __________________________________________)CITIZENS FOR RESPONSIBILITY AND  )ETHICS IN WASHINGTON,   ))Plaintiff,   ))v.      ) Civil Action No. 07-2003 (EGS))U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE,  )DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS  )AGENCY,      ))Defendant.   )__________________________________________) 
JOINT MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF BRIEFING SCHEDULE
 Defendant has withheld certain documents encompassed by Plaintiff’s Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA) request pursuant to Exemption 5 of the FOIA based on Defendant’sdetermination that the documents are protected by the deliberative process privilege.  Plaintiff intends to challenge all documents that are withheld by the government pursuant to thedeliberative process privilege.Defendant has recently identified a subset of the documents that have been withheldunder the deliberative process privilege that, upon closer examination, may be appropriate forrelease to Plaintiff.  Counsel for the parties have conferred about this matter and believe that ashort extension is appropriate to allow the government time to complete the process of determining whether additional documents may be produced to Plaintiff.  This may serve tonarrow the areas of dispute between the parties and thereby promote judicial economy.Pursuant to the Court’s Minute Order of August 8, 2008, which adopted the proposedbriefing schedule of the parties, Defendant’s motion for summary judgment is currently due on
Case 1:07-cv-02003-EGS     Document 16      Filed 10/15/2008     Page 1 of 4
 
  October 21, 2008, Plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment is due four weeks later on November18, and Defendant’s reply brief is due four weeks after Plaintiff’s motion on December 16.In light of the above, the parties request that the deadline for filing the government’sbrief be extended by two weeks, or until November 4, 2008.  The parties request that thePlaintiff’s motion for summary judgment be due four weeks later on December 2, 2008 and thatDefendant’s reply brief be due three weeks later on December 23, 2008.  As reflected in theparties’ proposed order attached hereto, the amended briefing schedule would be as follows:Deadline for defendant to file amotion for summary judgment November 4, 2008Deadline for plaintiff to file anopposition to defendant’s motion forsummary judgment December 2, 2008Deadline for defendant to file areply in support of its motion forsummary judgment December 23, 2008  Dated: October 15, 2008          Respectfully submitted,  FOR THE DEFENDANT GREGORY G. KATSASAssistant Attorney General JEFFREY A. TAYLORUnited States Attorney JOHN R. TYLERSenior Trial Counsel FOR THE PLAINTIFF /s/ Scott Allan HodesSCOTT ALLAN HODESP.O. Box 42002Washington, DC 20015(301) 404-0502Fax: (413) 641-2833Email: infoprivacylaw@yahoo.com  
Case 1:07-cv-02003-EGS     Document 16      Filed 10/15/2008     Page 2 of 4
 
  /s/  Nicholas CartierNICHOLAS CARTIER(D.C. Bar # 495850)Lead AttorneyTrial Attorney, Civil Division,Federal Programs BranchUnited States Department of Justice20 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Room 7224P.O. Box 883Washington, D.C. 20044Tel: (202) 616-8351Facsimile: (202) 616-8470Email: nicholas.cartier@usdoj.gov 
Counsel for Defendant 
ANNE L. WEISMANNCitizens for ResponsibilityAnd Ethics in Washington1400 Eye Street, NWSuite 450Washington, DC 20005(202) 408-5565Fax: (202) 588-5020Email:aweismann@citizensforethics.org 
Counsel for Plaintiff 
                      
Case 1:07-cv-02003-EGS     Document 16      Filed 10/15/2008     Page 3 of 4

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