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Model Repetitive Flight Plan.
Used in radio communications to mean “I would like to know” or “I wish to obtain.”
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In October, a requester sought "aggregate ACT scores in reading and English and the aggregate SAT reading and writing scores for student athletes participating in football and basketball.
He said the sense remains that troopers' personal safety could be at risk from visitors to the barracks and troopers feel they can protect themselves to some extent by identifying requesters, though the law does not require requesters of public records to do so.
Another large share of OGIS disputes concerns setting FOIA processing fees, which vary from agency to agency, and helping requesters refine broadly phrased requests for a faster response, Nisbet told Nextgov.
Jurisdictions also could consider mandating that reissued checks be mailed to the original company, rather than directly to the third-party requester.
CPAs also can recommend establishing a program to survey requesters to determine their satisfaction level and whether company responses were timely.
Often, agency staff use the ordinary delays to deter requesters or to persuade them into narrowing the scope of the reporter's request," says Michael Ravnitzky of APBnet, the online crime-and-justice news service, and one of the most prolific filers.
But under the new law, only requesters falling under protected categories would be allowed access.
With the 5 O'clock Records platform, physicians can direct any requests for medical records to an online portal where requesters log in, input data, upload authorizations and pay market rates for copies--all electronically.
In at least three especially troubling cases, police officers ran the names of requesters though law enforcement databases to check for warrants and criminal histories simply because the person had asked to see a public record.
The rule would have allowed government agencies denying a request under an established FOIA exemption to tell requesters that the records do not exist, instead of citing the relevant exemption, according to media reports.
Requesters may pay for copies using cash, money orders, personal checks or credit cards (if the organization accepts credit cards).