Background

Each year, government agencies submit an annual “Congressional Budget Justification” book that outlines the programs and projects for that agency, and justifies the budget that they are requesting.

For some agencies, they are easy to obtain. For others? Not so much.

Below is a growing archive of different agencies, and their respective years.

Declassified Documents

National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)

blank National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Congressional Budget Justification – 2018 – Denied IN FULL, I appealed and lost. This is the entire case file for the FOIA case and appeal [45  Pages, 3.4MB]
blank National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Congressional Budget Justification – 2015-2016 – Denied IN FULL, I appealed and lost. This is the entire case file for the FOIA case and appeal [22  Pages, 2.3MB]
blank National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Congressional Budget Justification – 2014 [536 Pages, 61.0MB]
blank National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Congressional Budget Justification – 2013 [258 Pages, 39.2MB]
blank National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Congressional Budget Justification – 2010 [118 Pages, 4.8MB] – The 2010 document was received by Steven Aftergood of the Federation of American Scientists (FAS). In 2016, I requested a Mandatory Declassification Review (MDR) of the extensive redactions, but was denied. The only record they will release, is the one released in 2010. I requested the case processing notes, which are available blank here [118 Pages, 4.8MB].
blank National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Congressional Budget Justification – 1996 – Denied IN FULL, I appealed and lost. This is the entire case file for the FOIA case and appeal [44 Pages, 3.7MB]

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