Website publishes FOIA requests sought by California Congressman

From New York Times Caucus blog:

An Internet site that promotes openness by the federal government has beaten Representative Darrell E. Issa to the punch, publishing copies of tens of thousands of Freedom of Information Act requests assembled for Mr. Issa last year as part of an investigation he is conducting into the federal government’s responsiveness to such inquiries.

Mr. Issa, a California Republican who serves as chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, had asked 180 federal agencies, including the Defense Department and Amtrak, for five years’ worth of logs detailing who requested government documents, what documents they wanted and when responses were provided, if at all.