The Office of Government Information Services
TODAY - Dec 6, 2019 Washington, DC
FOIA Advisory Committee Meeting.
The Office of Government Information Services (OGIS) is a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) resource for the public and the government. Congress has charged us with reviewing FOIA policies, procedures and compliance of Federal agencies and identifying ways to improve compliance. Our mission also includes resolving FOIA disputes between Federal agencies and requesters.
OGIS is a place where anyone can ask for FOIA assistance. In other words we also serve as the FOIA ombudsman -- answering questions, tracking suggestions and providing information. See something we should know about? Have a suggestion to improve FOIA? Let us know.
March 15–21, 2020
June 4, 2020 Washington, DC
FOIA Advisory Committee Meeting
Director Alina M. Semo's 10/17/2019 congressional testimonyon "The Public's Right to Know: FOIA at the Department of Homeland Security."
OGIS Celebrates a Decade of Resolutions - National Archives News, 10/15/2019
Review of U.S. Department of Education FOIA Program