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What’s New in 2022?

Records requests are the core use case of our platform, keeping our development team focused on new client-feedback feature requests and upgrades. JustFOIA is a client-led platform – our clients review new updates or features (including button placement) through focus groups and surveys.   We are ecstatic to share our newest features – advanced reporting, dynamic forms, and “any …

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Top Three Reasons School Districts Face Increasing Requests

Given how local and state governments see huge increases in public records requests, it should be no surprise that school districts are seeing similar surges in FOIA requests, primarily from parents. We want to see parents interested in their children’s education, but what’s happening today is a mixture of good and not-so-good. On the good …

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JustFOIA Achieves CJIS Ready Seal

JustFOIA completed an independent assurance process resulting in the Criminal Justice Information Systems Security Policy (“CJIS”) ACE Compliance Seal, awarded by Diverse Computing. The CJIS ACE compliance audit process is the first and only industry standard process for compliance in accordance with the FBI CJIS Security Policy. During this comprehensive, intensive CJIS ACE evaluation, Diverse …

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JustFOIA is 508 Compliant

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing the easiest-to-use records requests software, we are committed to abiding by and developing our solutions to remove barriers that might prevent a person with disabilities from using our products. Section 508 requires all technology used by the federal government to be accessible to people with disabilities. JustFOIA …

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