Transparency

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Getting the Most Out of Your FOIA Request, Part Three

Write a five-star FOIA request — final tips.

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Getting the Most Out of Your FOIA Request, Part Two

Save time getting your information.

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Getting the Most Out of Your FOIA Request, Part One

Understanding the path of a Freedom of Information Act request.

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Welcome to Sunshine Week!

The importance of transparency in government is highlighted this week.

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Visit the Child Welfare Outcomes Data Site for Fast, Flexible Data Reports

Current Child Welfare Data Now Available

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Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation Promotes Relevance and Transparency through Social Media

OPRE has recently launched Twitter and Facebook accounts, making information about evaluations easily accessible.

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ACF Celebrates Sunshine Week

ACF’s launch of a revamped “Reading Room” will help commemorate “Sunshine Week,” March 10-16 — a nationwide initiative to underscore the importance of open government.

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ACF Establishes New Policy Confirming Commitment to Evaluation and the Use of Evidence

ACF has established an evaluation policy that reconfirms its commitment to evaluation and the use of evidence. The policy addresses five principles: rigor, relevance, transparency, independence and ethics.

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