The Department of Justice described its progress towards meeting the December 31, 2006 deadline for automatic declassification of 25 year old historical records in an updated Declassification Plan submitted to the Information Security Oversight Office last year.
Significant exemptions to the automatic declassification program have been sought by the FBI and the DoJ Office of Intelligence Policy and Review. Otherwise some 30 million pages of DoJ records have been subjected to declassification review in recent years.
A copy of the Plan was obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by Michael Ravnitzky.
See “2003 Declassification Plan (Revised October 27, 2005),” U.S. Department of Justice.
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