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FOIAXpress User Conference & Technology Summit

We hold an annual conference event for our FOIAXpress users and FOIA professionals in downtown Washington D.C. At our FOIAXpress User Conference, we introduce new features and functions of upcoming FOIAXpress releases, hold role-specific breakout sessions and grant awards for excellence.

 

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FOIAXpress User Conference & Technology Summit 2016

Thank you to all who attended AINS’ 11th annual FOIAXpress® User Conference & Technology Summit. We celebrated our 2016 event with the theme “Changing Landscape: Reshaping Citizen Engagement through Technology.” More than 250 FOIA and Privacy professionals were in attendance from across North America representing federal, state and local government agencies and institutions.

2016 Wayne R. Jewell Award recipients from the Department of Housing and Urban Development celebrate their achievement.AINS works with many wonderful agencies and FOIA departments. Every year at our annual conference, we pause to acknowledge one customer who has displayed an extraordinary working relationship with AINS and FOIA processing performance. This year, we recognized the entire Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Freedom of Information Act Office with the Wayne R. Jewell Customer Appreciation Award. HUD has been a FOIAXpress customer for more than 10 years and also utilizes AINS’ eCase case management platform to manage agency processes.

If you were unable to attend or would simply like to review them, speaker presentation slides are available on the FOIAXpress User Conference & Technology Summit website.


 

Wayne R. Jewell Award Recipients

Each year, AINS selects one FOIAXpress customer as the recipient of the Wayne R. Jewell Customer Appreciation Award. This award is given out to an agency that has displayed excellence in FOIA process.

2010 – Robert DeOcampo – U.S. Army IG (1st FX Customer)

2011 – Clay Johnson – Veteran Affairs

2012 – Frank Vance – Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

2013 – Delores Barber – U.S. Dept of Homeland Security

2014 – Aaron Graves – U.S. Dept of Defense Freedom of Information Division

2015 – Ray Payton and Alexis Graves – USDA

2016 – Department of Housing and Urban Development - FOIA Office, Office of the Executive Secretariat