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Mr. David Hardy M.

Chief of the Record and Information Dissemination Section

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Direct Phone: (540) ***-****       

Federal Bureau of Investigation

935 Pennsylvania Avenue, Nw

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20535

United States

Company Description

The FBI established the Records Management Division in 2002 to update and modernize all of the FBI's records management control systems. The division provides executive direction and full-time oversight for all records policies and functions, and consolid ... more

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Section Chief
Record/Information Dissemination

Section Chief
FBI's Record

Record/Information Dissemination Section

Head of the Record and Information Dissemination Section In the Records Management Division

Chief of FOIPA Section
Department of Justice

Chief, Record and Information Dissemination Section
Records Management Division

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"Materials that were retrieved from any ...

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"Materials that were retrieved from any server equipment and related devices obtained from former Secretary Clinton for the investigation, which would be responsive to [VICE News' FOIA request], are potential evidence in the FBI's investigation, or may provide leads to or context for potential evidence," wrote David Hardy, the head of the FBI's FOIA office.

Calling it an "active and ongoing investigation," Hardy said, "the FBI is continuing to assess the evidentiary value of any materials retrieved for the investigation from any such server equipment/related devices."

In a separate public declaration, ...

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In a separate public declaration, David Hardy, the chief of the FBI's FOIA office, said there are a number of documents exchanged between the FBI and the State Department relating to the FBI's ongoing investigation of Clinton's use of a private email server, which stored all of the official government emails Clinton sent and received during her tenure as Secretary of State.

"The eFOIA system," says David ...

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"The eFOIA system," says David Hardy, chief of the FBI's Record/Information Dissemination Section, "is for a new generation that's not paper-based. Hardy also notes that the new process should increase FBI efficiency and decrease administrative costs.

Submissions to the FBI's overall FOIA/PA program continue to trend upward, according to Hardy. "Requests have increased over the past decade by as much as a third," he said. "Over the past year, we've received approximately 18,500 requests and, thanks to a skilled workforce and increasing automation, we were able to review for release 1.1 million pages."
And while many of the requests that come in are from the media, authors, academia, organizations, and the like, Hardy noted that 40 percent of FOIA/PA requests come from individuals looking for records on themselves.
The original purpose of the decades-old Freedom of Information Act and the Privacy Act was to promote openness in government. "Our belief in the concept of government transparency and the public's right to access certain records held by government agencies is what continues to drive us to this day," said Hardy, "and eFOIA represents another step by the FBI to enhance that access."

Freedom of Information Act – Federal Bureau of Investigation | Public Record Media

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Letter from David Hardy of the FBI to PRM's Matt Ehling regarding procedures to be followed when requesting data related to a third party individual.

Letter from Matt Ehling to David Hardy of the FBI.
Letter from David Hardy of the FBI to PRM's Matt Ehling.
Letter from David Hardy, FBI Records Management Division, to Matt Ehling of PRM.
Letter from David Hardy, FBI Records Management Division, to Matt Ehling of PRM.

Crapaganda.com » FBI

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"The new website significantly increases the number of available FBI files, enhances the speed at which the files can be accessed, and contains a robust search capability," David Hardy, chief of the FBI's Record/Information Dissemination Section, said in a statement.

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