MAE-West is up again ( RA Contract Value )

Doug Tooley dltooley at
Tue Jun 4 01:38:49 UTC 1996

The FOIA may be viewed as a bat, but that is unfortunate.  Public access
to government information is vital to our democracy and laws like the FOIA
and their state/local equivalents are important.  There use in situations
like this is only a reflection on the agency being 'queried'.

I believe that public access to government information will become one of
the greatest sources of 'influence' for us 'netizens'.  Bravo for priming
the pump...

Doug Tooley (not the Doug below)

On Mon, 3 Jun 1996, Gordon Cook wrote:

> oh come on Doug!  I have learned a few things in the five years I have
> been doing my newsletter and one is that the baseball bat should be used
> until other efforts have failed.
> I would like to see what is on those web sites as to current prices and if
> I didn't have two consulting seminars with two huge players to get
> battened down in the next week, I'd take the time to do it myself.  i'd
> certainly like to see the data.  If anyone has it handy I wish they'd post
> it.....but if they don't I'll let this issue hang for a bit.  I hate to
> admitt it but for the moment earning some good dollars comes first.
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> On Mon, 3 Jun 1996, Doug Humphrey wrote:
> >
> > > >
> > > > disclosable since it is paying with federal funds.  Right?  seems to me
> > > > the important question is whether anyone is out of line NOW.
> >
> > Sounds like it's FOIA time Gordon!
> >
> > Doug
> >
> >

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