CIA won't disclose lobbying reports

by - September 17, 2013

The Central Intelligence Agency won't make public lobbying disclosures by its contractors, claiming that release could compromise classified information or intelligence sources and methods. In a response to a POLITICO Freedom of Information Act request, the CIA could "neither confirm nor deny the existence or nonexistence of records" related to federal government contractors and their lobbying activities. The grounds? "The fact of the existence or nonexistence of requested records is currently and properly classified and is intelligence sources and methods information that is protected from disclosure," the agency wrote.

CIA won't disclose lobbying reports - POLITICO.com

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