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GURGAON: An RTI response has revealed that the MCG has held only 22 House meetings since its inception in 2008, whereas according to the Act, the civic body is required to have at least one meeting every month. Read at: MCG 'monthly' meet 22 times in 6 yrs - The Times of India
karira posted a topic in RTI Appeals decisionskarira has just uploaded Allahabad HC: No penalty because PIO responded to SIC several times! The Allahabad HC has ruled that SIC should not have imposed penalty without taking into consideration the several letter
Manoj Godara posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportI gave 100 application to police station about nuisance created by loudspeaker in Gurudwara. Police came many times but the loudspeaker is still creating lot of noise each day in the morning. I also submitted the photocopy of the orders given by the supreme court to the police station. But police still not able to remove the loudspeaker. Please tell me what kind of RTI and to whome i should use.
ganpat1956 posted a topic in RTI in MediaPrivasoft, a global leader of case management software and services for managing Freedom of Information (FOIA) processes announced today that it has been awarded a significant number of U.S federal government contracts for its AccessPro Suite, including U.S. Department of Agriculture - Food Safety and Inspection Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture - Departmental Administration and the Federal Reserve Board. As the public's demand for government information continues to grow, FOIA teams are implementing and evolving their systems and procedures to maximize the efficiency of the response process. Privasoft customers report on average a 25% reduction in the costs related to processing FOIA requests as a result of automating manual processes, thereby driving down operational costs. They also experience faster response times, which in turn allows for resources to be reallocated to reducing request backlog and directing attention towards other challenges. Another key driver for selecting the AccessPro Suite is its ability to help agencies fulfill their information management and reporting responsibilities and provide support for the upcoming reforms anticipated under the Open Government Act. This includes helping to: Improve productivity by streamlining the process Reduce request backlog by facilitating more timely responses Track request status effortlessly through an automated system Apply fees consistently Enhance collaboration with a central repository of related information Report to management with out of the box reports Ensure the security of redacted release packages "Privasoft customers such as USDA and the Federal Reserve Board are committed to the implementation of FOIA programs that meet the needs of both the Government and the requestor community," explains Jacques Renaud, Privasoft CEO. "Our AccessPro Suite has been proven to meet the unique challenges faced by FOIA teams. We look forward to assisting all of our customers to continuously improve their FOIA operations and their service to the public." US Federal Agencies Choose Software to Improve FOIA Response Times