Guide to Declassified Documents [Via] Georgetown University Library

16 01 2007

Guide to Declassified Documents – Georgetown University Library

This is the most comprehensive list of the recently declassifid documents that I have seen so far.

Here’s what G-Town scholars have to say:

Selective U.S. government documents are received on deposit without charge in the Lauinger Library. These unclassified public documents are sent as a means of keeping citizens informed about the business of government. Many documents, however, are classified for matters of national security or privacy and are not distributed to libraries. In recent years, the executive agencies have followed Executive Order 12958 and 11652 which are uniform systems of classifying and declassifying national security information.Declassification does not guarantee publication, dissemination and organization. The guides and resources listed below will help find routinely declassified federal records as well as records declassified under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

Take waht ya can, leave nothin left.



3 responses

12 02 2007

Great Article

12 02 2007
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