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Assessing Progress Toward a 21st Century Right to Know

Assessing Progress Toward a 21st Century Right to Know

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Published by Gail Watt

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Published by: Gail Watt on Mar 21, 2011
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Toward a
Century Right to Know
Assessing Progress
Sean Moulton and Gavin Baker were the lead authors of this report. Brian Gumm and Delaney Parrish assisted with editing, design, layout, and proofreading. Craig Jennings, Sam Rosen-Amy,and Matthew Madia provided research on specific recommendations. Research was alsosupported by former OMB Watch staff member Roger Strother and volunteer Ursula Kaczmarek.As always, this report benefitted from the leadership and insight of Gary Bass.Constructive feedback on individual recommendations and report sections was received fromSteve Aftergood of the Federation of American Scientists, Mary Alice Baish and Emily Feldmanof the American Association of Law Libraries, Danielle Brian of the Project On GovernmentOversight, Michael German of the American Civil Liberties Union, Scott Matheson of YaleUniversity Library, Patrice McDermott of OpenTheGovernment.org, Anne Weismann andAdam Rappaport of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, Michael Tiemann of the Open Source Initiative, Andrew Updegrove of Gesmer Updegrove LLP, Heather West of theCenter for Democracy and Technology, and John Wonderlich of the Sunlight Foundation. Theseindividuals are not responsible for this report’s conclusions or for any errors it may contain.The 21st Century Right to Know Project is supported by the Bauman Foundation, the CarnegieCorporation of New York, the CS Fund, the Ford Foundation, the Open Society Institute, theRockefeller Brothers Fund, and the Sunlight Foundation, as well as the contribution of time andexpertise of its many participants.The authors welcome feedback on this report or information about updates, errors, and/oromissions. Please send feedback via e-mail to ombwatch@ombwatch.org.

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