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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ASAP has an overall ZapScore of 70. This means that ASAP has a higher ZapScore than 70% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Washington, District of Columbia is 31 and in the Non Profit Organizations category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore.

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To all of our ASAP colleagues and members, it has been our honor and privilege to serve your membership and educati†…

To all of our ASAP colleagues – and especially our ASAP members . . . It has been our honor and privilege to serve your membership and educational needs throughout the year. We are in constant awe of the dedication and accomplishments of the entire government information community. From where we sit, it is amazing to see how federal, state and local government employees and the requester community come together to make information access a better process for all. Everyone faces many obstacles and to be a part of the educational process that improves it for all, is a tremendous privilege for us. We wish you happiness and health for the New Year. Claire, Amanda, Julie, Tony

ASAP 2018 board elections: Prez Amy Bennett, VP Marianne Manheim, Sec Kirsten Mitchell, Treas Kellie Robinson, IPP†…

Election Results are In! Congratulations to Kellie Robinson and Michael Morisy as they will continue on the board for two-years as treasurer and director, respectively. Marianne Manheim will return to the board as vice president, and Harry Hammitt and Nick Wittenberg will join the board as directors-at-large. Harry has served on the board previously, including as president in 1992. The ASAP 2018 Board is: Amy Bennett, President Marianne Manheim, Vice President Kirsten Mitchell, Secretary Kellie Robinson, Treasurer Scott Hodes, Immediate Past President Jonathan Cantor, Director Harry Hammitt, Director James Holzer, Director Ginger McCall, Director Michael Morisy, Director Nick Wittenberg, Director Tim Graham, Amy McNulty and Nate Jones are leaving the board due to new job responsibilities and time constraints. They have been an invaluable asset to ASAP with their expertise, sound judgments and active work on various committees and in instructor roles. Tim, Amy and Nate have expressed their steadfast support for ASAP and are looking forward to volunteering for various projects as we move forward. Thanks and congratulations to all.

ASAP Members - this is just a quick reminder that it is time to renew your ASAP membership. The membership year runs from October 1st through September 30th. Annual dues are $50. If you have not renewed, please take this opportunity to do so. You’ll want to renew as soon as possible so that you can receive the membership discount rate on upcoming events. To renew visit our website at!
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...

@ASAPAccessPro Presents 'The FOIA Ecosystem' featuring Thomas Blanton on Nov. 16, 2017! Details available at†…

ASAP is proud to present 'The FOIA Ecosystem: We're All in This Together' featuring Thomas Blanton on November 16, 2017 at Carmine's in Washington, D.C. For registration and details, visit our website at! Thomas S. Blanton has served as the Executive Director of the National Security Archive since 1992. The National Security Archive files over 1,000 FOIA requests every year and has won the George Polk Award for "piercing self-serving veils of government secrecy, guiding journalists in search for the truth, and informing us all." The Los Angeles Times has described the Archive as "the world's largest nongovernmental library of declassified documents." During this Food for Thought discussion, Blanton will discuss lessons learned from his decades in the FOIA trenches, the symbiotic relationship between requesters and processors, and how both sides can work together to improve the FOIA process and release more information to the public.

Time to renew your ASAP dues! Membership runs from Oct. 1 through Sept. 30. Visit

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