PIDB responds to Questions about the JFK Assassination Records

The virtual public meeting hosted on May 18 by the Public Interest Declassification Board (PIDB) received the following questions regarding delays in public access to certain records that are part of the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). We have listed those questions and comments below, … Continue reading PIDB responds to Questions about the JFK Assassination Records

The PIDB Responds to More Questions Received at the Virtual Public Meeting of May 18, 2021

The Public Interest Declassification Board (PIDB) offers the following responses to questions received from the public, which it did not have time to answer during the Virtual Public Meeting last week, on Tuesday, May 18, 2021: 1.) Question: Can you please tell me how I can get records to the May 18 meeting on 9/11? … Continue reading The PIDB Responds to More Questions Received at the Virtual Public Meeting of May 18, 2021

Thank You for Taking Part in Our Public Meeting!

The Public Interest Declassification Board (PIDB) would like to thank you, the public, for joining our virtual meeting yesterday, Tuesday May 18, 2021. This was our third virtual public meeting, and the first public meeting of 2021. On NARA’s YouTube Channel nearly 3800 people initially viewed the live-stream event, and over 1000 people pre-registered to … Continue reading Thank You for Taking Part in Our Public Meeting!

The PIDB and Sunshine Week: Opportunities to Promote Secrecy Reform and Greater Transparency

The Public Interest Declassification Board (PIDB) normally celebrates Sunshine Week by hosting a public meeting. While the pandemic may have disrupted plans to host a public meeting at the National Archives, our members are using this time to advocate for increasing open and transparent government policies. Sunshine Week offers an opportunity for the new Presidential … Continue reading The PIDB and Sunshine Week: Opportunities to Promote Secrecy Reform and Greater Transparency