Labor Mails the Record “Electronically”

On 11/5 we received a large envelope in the mail from the Department of Labor. The packet included a letter stating that they had identified the requested record and that “as requested, the records are enclosed electronically.”

While it is certainly true that we requested the record be released electronically (as we did with all of our requests), the printed out version of the report included in the envelope does not fit into any familiar definition of “electronically.” We scanned the letter and the report to make them available below.

Labor Response Letter

Labor – Response Package

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2 thoughts on “Labor Mails the Record “Electronically”

  1. Kel McClanahan November 6, 2012 at 5:06 am Reply

    Lol, but was a computer and printer used to print them? And did those things use electricity? There you have it. I don’t see what you’re complaining about. 🙂

    Drop a note to Ramona Branch Oliver in the main DOL FOIA office. This was clearly a case of one hand not talking to the other, and she should be made aware of it, even just as an FYI.

  2. […] days after we received our “electronically released” report from the Department of Labor, we received an email with a scanned copy of Labor’s response letter and the requested report […]

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