2019 Open Government Survey

Since 2009, the National Freedom of Information Coalition has spearheaded the biennial Open Government survey, which aims to to identify current trends in public institutions for requesting and accessing public records.

The survey polls members of NFOIC and other stakeholder organizations, including journalists, academics and media lawyers, and provides important information on the changes (and perceptions of change) in open government on the state and local level.  

We know your time is valuable. There are a total of 25 questions requesting your feedback about open government and FOI in public institutions. We will release the results by the end of the year. Questions? Email Kelsey Ryan at kryan@nfoic.org.
Q1: Please identify your membership organization or stakeholder group. (Check all that apply) *
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