FOIA amendments signed into law in 1994 added a requirement that agencies must establish an Electronic FOIA (EFOIA) Reading Room. The EFOIA Reading Room contains such materials as certain agency manuals, specific agency policy statements, and opinions developed in the adjudication of cases.
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- Statistics and updates on the DOI FOIA program in the annual, quarterly, and Chief FOIA Officer Reports
- DOI and DOI Bureaus' FOIA eLibraries