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==Response June 10th 2010==
This is in response to your FOIA request. Specifically, you request the “effective date for changes of the readjustment allowance since 1961, and the amount of the readjustment effective on that date.”
We located three pages of responsive documents. This is the most responsive document available. After careful review, two pages were redacted pursuant to 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(5), because it consists of opinions, recommendations, and other reflections of staff thinking integral to the pre-decisional, deliberative process. The remaining one page is releasable in its entirety. Attached please find the three pages.
You may appeal the denial of information within 20 calendar days from your receipt of this letter. The appeal should be sent to Earl Yates, Associated Director – Management, Peace Corps 1111 20th Street, NW - Washington, DC 20526. Both the appeal and envelope should be clearly marked “FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT APPEAL.”
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at (202) 692-2167 or email me at email@example.com.
==Received March 17th 2010==
This serves as an acknowledgement of your request under the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. §552, which has been assigned tracking number FOIA 10-078. We will respond within 20 business days as is required by the FOIA statute. Please contact us with any questions at FOIA@peacecorps.gov. Thank you.
Peace Corps - FOIA/Privacy Office
==Request March 15th 2010==
Dear FOIA Officer:
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552).
I request that a copy of the following document(s) be provided to me.
#1. Effective date for changes of the readjustment allowance since 1961, and the amount of the readjustment effective on that date.
I am willing to pay fees for this request up to a maximum of $100. If you estimate that the fees will exceed this limit, please inform me first. An electronic fulfillment of this request will be optimal for both sides, including a possible e-mail attachment as fulfillment.
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