2009 Top Ten Most Wanted Documents

1. Public Access to All Congressional Research Service Reports (Legislative Branch)
2. Information About the Use of TARP and Bailout Funds (Executive Branch)
3. Open and Accessible Federal Court Documents Through the PACER System (Judicial Branch)
4. Current Contractor Projects (Executive Branch)
5. Court Settlements Involving Federal Agencies (Judicial Branch)
6. Access to Comprehensive Information About Legislation and Congressional Actions via
THOMAS or Public Access to Legislative Information Service (Legislative Branch)
7. Online Access to Electronic Campaign Disclosures (Legislative Branch)
8. Daily Schedules of the President and Cabinet Officials (Executive Branch)
9. Personal Financial Disclosures from Policymakers Across Government (All Branches)
10. State Medicaid Plans and Waivers (Executive Branch)

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Dr D.C.Misra

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David Siecker

You should send this list of transparency requests to Vivek Kundra, the Federal Government’s new Chief Information Officer at the White House.