NABR Releases Analysis of Animal Rights Federal FOIA Requests in FY14
You have received a FOIA request. You know what they want from your research institution. But do you know what animal rights groups are looking for from other research institutions? Do you know how many such requests were filed at federal agencies? Do you know which groups are the most frequent requesters? Do you know how much these requests cost the agencies? Now you will. Following on the heels of NABR’s successful analysis of animal rights FOIA requests in 2013, NABR has released “A Review of Animal Rights FOIA Requests FY14.”
This is an in-depth report of each and every Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made in FY14 to the U.S. Department of Agriculture and National Institutes of Health by animal rights groups that you won’t find anywhere else. NABR’s experts have broken these requests down in an easy to read format to quickly understand the commonly requested information, frequency of requests by party, and an examination of the cost to NIH and USDA.
As animal rights groups continue to rely on FOIA to gather intelligence about research institutions for targeting purposes, it is important to understand their tactics and the true impact of such requests. Please download “A Review of Animal Rights FOIA Requests FY14” by clicking below and share it with your staff and FOIA offices.