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OOG-0005_6.12.17_FOIA AO Whether the OIG may rely on FOIA's statutory exemptions to withhold content from an Report of Investigation (ROI) when a permanent copy of the ROI has been released into the public domain.

Whether the OIG may rely on FOIA's statutory exemptions to withhold content from a Report of Investigation (ROI) when a permanent copy of the ROI has been released into the public domain.

OOG_0002_6.28.17 AO OMA Whether the New Communities Initiative (NCI) is a public body subject to the requirements of the OMA.

Whether the New Communities Initiative (NCI) is a public body subject to the requirements of the OMA.

OOG-0004_7.03.17_AO OMA Complaint resolving Whether the DCPCSB may rely on Robert’s Rule of Order to revise at its meeting a final agenda to consider items which require public notice, public presence and a period of public comment.

Whether the DCPCSB may rely on Robert’s Rule of Order to revise at its meeting a final agenda to consider items which require public notice, public presence and a period of public comment. 

OOG-0003_6.21.17_AO Major Crash Task Force OMA

BOARD OF ETHICS AND GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY

OOG-0001_6.1.17 (Revised 6.7.17*) | N. Makenta

OMA Complaint Resolving Whether the BZA  Failed to Properly Notice a Public Hearing and Met in an Improper Closed Session During its December 14, 2016 Hearing Regarding Case No.

OOG-0004_5.13.17_AO | Mulhauser FOIA

Whether a FOIA request that names a sender of email and the D.C. government agency of the recipients constitutes a reasonable description of public records sought under FOIA.

2.27.17 Director Hughes Testimony Fiscal Year 2018 Budget

  Council of the District of Columbia COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY & PUBLIC SAFETY

OOG-0001_3.31.17_FOIA AO | M. Segraves

Whether an agency may require that the public submit a FOIA request through District’s FOIA Portal; and, does FOIA requires a public body to provide responsive records to the requester using an enc

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