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Consumer agency FOIA officers help employees hide work calendars

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Freedom of information officers at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are telling employees there how to hide their work calendars from public disclosure, according to a watchdog group. The agency is required to comply with the federal Freedom of Information Act, but the group Cause of Action obtained a list of tips drawn up by CFPB's FOIA office to its federal workforce, titled...

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