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Expanding FOIA Training with Video Conferencing

December 4, 2012
Next week, the Office of Information Policy (OIP) hosts its first ever training seminar through video conferencing.  The training will focus on an overview of the FOIA, and address President Obama’s FOIA Memorandum, Attorney General Holder’s FOIA Guidelines, procedural considerations, and the FOIA’s exemptions. OIP continually looks for ways to expand its training program, and this new training format will reach a wider audience of federal employees -- especially those who work outside the Washington, D.C. metro area.  Virtual meeting tools provide an ideal way to train people across the government, while reducing or eliminating travel costs and arrangements. The details for the training are:
An Overview of the FOIA – Video Conference December 12, 2012 10:00 am – noon  Training is open to all federal employees, with priority for employees outside the Washington, DC area
If you are interested in participating in the video conference, you may register by e-mailing your name, phone number and duty station to OIP’s Training Officer, Bertina Adams Cleveland, at DOJ.OIP.FOIA@usdoj.gov.  If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Ms. Adams at (202) 514-1010.

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