Freedom of Information Act

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a federal law in the United States that grants the public the right to access information held by federal government agencies. Enacted in 1966 and amended several times since then, the FOIA is designed to promote transparency and accountability in government by allowing individuals to request and obtain records from federal agencies.

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Vendor Assessments: Choosing a Processor

In complex data processing, outsourcing tasks to specialized service providers is common. This blogpost discusses how to choose such a processor and establish the necessary agreements.

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