ASAP is listed in the Non Profit Organizations category in Washington, District of Columbia. Displayed below are the social networks for ASAP which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of ASAP on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Contact information for ASAP is:
1444 I St NW
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 712-9054

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Share your Ideas for Improving the FOIA Process The Chief FOIA Officers Council will be meeting on July 27, 2017 at 10 am to discuss strategies for improving customer service and improving coordination between agency FOIA Public Liaisons and the OGIS office. Be sure to RSVP today to join the audience in the William G. McGowan Theater (NARA, Washington, D.C.) and ensure you have an opportunity to share your views with the Council. If you cannot join the live audience, you can catch the livestream via the National Archives’ YouTube Channel. The livestream includes a chat function so that you can remotely ask questions or share your feedback; a member of OGIS’s staff will be monitoring the chat. There is also an opportunity to call into the meeting; for call-in information, please contact Amy Bennett at Links: 1. The Chief FOIA Officers Council – 2. RSVP for July 27 Meeting – 3. Draft Agenda for July 27 Meeting - 4. Livestream for July 27 Meeting – 5. For call-in information for July 27 Meeting – contact
The Chief FOIA Officers Council is composed of the Deputy Director for Management of the Office of Management and Budget, the Director of OGIS, the Director of the Office of Information Policy (OIP) at the Department of Justice, and agency Chief FOIA Officers. The Director of OGIS and the Director o...

We are happy to announce Litexn, LLC as a NEW ASAP Sponsor. We are excited to welcome them, along with our other sponsors – AINS Inc., CSDC Systems and Appligent to the upcoming National Training Conference happening next week July 24-26, 2017. For more information on our sponsors, visit
Program Qualifies for IAPP Credit for Certification HoldersICRM – Program has been pre-approved for 18.50 ICRM creditsCLE — Attorneys are Encouraged to Submit to their State Bar(s) Retroactively

Our upcoming training on July 24-26 in Arlington, Virginia now has extra seats available! The NTC educational content is nothing short of amazing. ASAP is constantly rated for its excellence in programming and quality of instruction and our programs attract the well-known experts in the field as well as the novice. Live, instructor-led training has long proven to be the most beneficial training. But it’s not just the classroom setting where learning takes place - conversations during the breaks, working through scenarios and exercises with others, and benefitting from Q&A sessions all contribute to a comprehensive learning experience. In addition to the core session, we are extremely honored to have Chief Judge Beryl Howell deliver the keynote address. Get all the details, including an updated program at
Program Qualifies for IAPP Credit for Certification HoldersICRM – Program has been pre-approved for 18.50 ICRM creditsCLE — Attorneys are Encouraged to Submit to their State Bar(s) Retroactively

OGIS is seeking YOUR feedback. Join in the discussion. #FOIA…

Registration for July FOIA/Privacy/RM training spikes. 3 Year high projected. Keynote by Chief Judge Howell. for info

Hurry, hurry! The 3rd early bird price for the National Training Conference is ending today- June 30th! To register or learn more information, visit us at

RT @FOIA_Ombuds: Registration is now open for the Chief #FOIA Officers Council Meeting!…

The National Training Conference has been approved for 18.50 CMP (ICRM)! Need to register? Visit

We are excited to announce that National Training Conference has been pre-approved for 18.50 CMP (ICRM)! Additionally, this three day training qualifies for IAPP credit for IAPP certification holders, and may be submitted to your State(s) Bar for CLE retroactively. Still need to register? Visit!
One of most enjoyable programs we offer is the scholarship program. ASAP members may sponsor a student to write a 500 word essay on "Why the FOIA, Information Access, or Privacy Matters to Them.” The American Society of Access Professionals’ Diane Flores Korwin Scholarship is intended to provide fin...