[UPDATED] Sunshine Week 2017 at the National Archives!

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Watch video of the event via YouTube!

Updated Final Agenda

1:00: Welcome by the Archivist of the United States

1:10: A Dialogue about Access to the Nation’s Treasures

  • David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States
  • Carla Hayden, Librarian of Congress

2:00: FOIA After 50

  • Tom Blanton, Director, National Security Archive
  • Ralph Nader, Consumer Advocate and Author
  • Lucy Dalglish, Dean, University of Maryland College of Journalism
  • Thomas M. Susman, Director of Governmental Affairs for the American Bar Association and Founding President of the D.C. Open Government Coalition (Moderator)

3:00: Break

3:15: Recorded Remarks

  • Chairman Jason Chaffetz, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee
  • Ranking Member Elijah Cummings, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee

3:30: Government at Your Fingertips

  • Seamus Kraft, Executive Director, OpenGov Foundation
  • Adam Marshall, Knight Litigation Attorney, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press
  • Michael Morisy, Co-Founder, MuckRock
  • Pam Wright, Chief Innovation Officer, National Archives
  • Miriam Nisbet, former Director of the Office of Government Information Services (Moderator)


 

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15 Responses to [UPDATED] Sunshine Week 2017 at the National Archives!

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  2. Martha Murphy says:

    Any chance this will be live streamed?

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  6. Will a recording of this be posted after the livestream concludes? Thanks!

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