FOIC

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AcronymDefinition
FOICFind Out In Character (roleplaying games)
FOICFreedom of Information Coordinator (Canada)
FOICFreedom of Information Commission
FOICFormula One Investment Club
FOICFlag Officer in Command (Philippines navy)
FOICFreedom of Information Clearinghouse
FOICFreedom of Information Council
FOICFiber Optics Installer Certification
FOICFellowship of International Churches
FOICFundamentals of Inventory Control (course)
FOICForest Officer in Charge (Canada)
FOICFlight Operations Instructors' Course (UK RAF)
FOICFurnished by Owner, Installed by Contractor
FOICfishery officer in charge (Canada)
FOICFiber Optic Interface Connector
FOICFlag Officer In Charge (UK Royal Navy)
FOICFirearm Owners Identification Card (Illinois)
FOICFire Operations Information Center (Miami, FL, USA)
FOICFinancial Officer in Charge
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The court did not consider the library's database to be a customer list, but still sent it to the state's Freedom of Information Commission (FOIC) to determine whether the list may still be protected under the trade secret exemption, the SPLC reported.
Education officer for the Freedom of Information Commission, Tom Hennick, will conduct the training which will include a segment on board roles and responsibilities held by the district's attorney.
Brezniak, a retired state police officer, filed the complaint with the Freedom of Information Commission because he was concerned that a board meeting took place at 7 p.
The security of people and buildings are a legitimate concern of government," said Mitchell Pearlman, executive director of Connecticut's Freedom of Information Commission.
The Freedom of Information Commission has ruled that revealing the salaries of stars could damage RTE and its broadcasters.
The Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission is a government FOI enforcement agency unique in the United States.
Pearlman, executive director of the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission, an independent state agency that reviews open-records act violations.
Still another approach to the records audit came in Connecticut, under the auspices of the state Freedom of Information Commission.
Despite its 24- year-old official Freedom of Information Commission with a full-time enforcement staff and funding that amounts to about $3 million annually, Connecticut will soon report that a test of public record availability in its municipalities and police departments found compliance rates "far below" 25%, its director says.
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