OIP’s Redesigned Website Now Released
The Office of Information Policy (OIP) is pleased to announce the release of its redesigned website to align with the broader modernization of Justice.gov. The redesigned page provides enhanced functionality to meet the requirements of the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act and a new design based on the U.S. Web Design System.
OIP’s site contains all the FOIA resources previously available, presenting them in a modernized design that is mobile-friendly. Many pages, including OIP’s FOIA Library, have been reformatted for easier navigation and visibility of key information. FOIA Post can now be accessed from anywhere on the site using the top navigation menu. Key Dates that include upcoming trainings, events, and deadlines can be easily viewed and searched. As the Attorney General’s 2022 FOIA Guidelines note, “agency FOIA websites should be easily navigable, and records should be presented in the most useful, searchable, and open formats possible.” OIP looks forward to continuing to improve the organization and presentation of released materials and to make other updates to improve the user experience.