Request for records related to an ambulance pickup. FEMS decision was affirmed because the records were protected by HIPPA and requester had not provided adequate verification of identity.
Request for contracts relating to internet access projects. Appeal was dismissed as moot, because OCTO responded to all categories of the request.
Request for pricing records relating to a solicitation. DGS’s decision was affirmed because disclosure would reveal protected tax information and would reveal the deliberative process of the agency.
Request for DC Pre-K Enhancement and Expansion Program records. OSSE’s decision was affirmed, as it had conducted an adequate search.
Request for employment records. Matter remanded to MPD to conduct an adequate search.
Request for payment history of a specified address. The appeal was dismissed as moot, because the appeal was based on a lack of response from DCHA and DCHA provided requester with a response.
Request for time cards of a detective. MPD’s decision was affirmed as the release of requested records would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
Request for records relating to interaction between OTR and RPTAC. Appeal remanded to OCFO, to complete an adequate search.
Request for records related to police escorts for foreign governments or dignitaries. Appeal found that the records did not implicate the identity of a confidential source. Matter remanded to MPD to complete its search and release non-exempt records.
Request for records related to the soccer stadium at Buzzard Point. OCP amended its response to clarify that it did not maintain responsive record. OCP’s amended decision was affirmed.