March Issue of the Washington E-Bulletin

The March issue of the Washington E-Bulletin includes a wrap-up of this year’s very busy Sunshine Week, with a close look at the latest developments on FOIA and the successful Sunshine Week Webcast. In addition to our policy updates, we think you’ll also be interested in a summary of NOCALL’s Sunshine Week program, an update on the Connecticut courthouse library closures, and a report on two bills that LLAM is tracking that would end the print distribution of county codes. Here is the Table of Contents:

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

• Advocacy Training Agenda Now Available – Register Today!

UPDATES FROM THE HILL AND THE GOVERNMENT RELATIONS OFFICE

• Sunshine Week Spotlight on FOIA
• OpenTheGovernment.org and AALL Host Successful Sunshine Week Webcast
• House Passes Bill to Ensure Preservation of Electronic Communications
• Sen. Lieberman Sends Letter in Support of FY 2011 Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Bill
• U.S. Supreme Court Launches New Web Site
• Federal Communications Commission Releases National Broadband Plan

OUTSIDE THE BELTWAY: CHAPTER NEWS

• NOCALL  Sacramento Hosts Local Sunshine Week Program
• Update  on Connecticut Courthouse Library Closures
• LLAM Tracks Bills to End Print Distribution of County Codes

FREE TIME WELL SPENT: Further Reading for the Information Policy Junkie

• Federal Judicial Center’s Report on National Security Case Studies
• Timely Law Review Articles on State Secrets Privilege
• CRS Report on Congressional Oversight
• New Title Added to LLSDC Source Book, “Sources for Finding Mandated Reports to Congress by U.S. Federal Agencies”
• C-SPAN Launches New Searchable Archive with 23 Years of Video Online
• Federal Computer Week’s Featured 100 Federal IT Winners

[Posted by Emily Feldman]

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