43 CFR 2.34 - Where can I get a copy of DOI's FOIA annual report?

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§ 2.34 Where can I get a copy of DOI's FOIA annual report?
Under 5 U.S.C. 552(e), DOI is required to prepare an annual report regarding its FOIA activities. The report includes information about FOIA requests, appeals, and litigation against the Department. Copies of DOI's annual FOIA report may be obtained from the Departmental FOIA Officer or by contacting DOI's Library which is located at the C Street entrance of the Main Interior Building (MIB), 1849 C Street, NW., Washington, DC 20240 (see appendix A to this part). You may access the annual reports electronically by visiting DOI's FOIA home page (see appendix B to this part for the Internet address).
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§ 2.34 Will a submitter be notified of a FOIA lawsuit?

If you file a lawsuit seeking to compel the disclosure of confidential information, the bureau must promptly notify the submitter.

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