Its the time of year that the media notices the FOIA - here are some Sunshine Week articles:
The Washington Post has this about the various reports that are coming out in time for Sunshine Week showing that the government isn't doing a very good job at running its FOIA Offices.
And Politico has this short piece showing why the State Department got a low grade in a recent study. I might add that I think this is a problem because I understand that State allows its program offices to do the searching for documents (even when they are electronic) and those offices don't really care about the FOIA Offices reputation. I think FOIA Offices should be the one do the searches (and signing declarations in court based on their first-hand knowledge of actually doing the searches).