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      Date                                                               Description 
.June
2014
.May 
2014
.May
2014
.May
2014
.May 
2014
.​ITSSD CEO Responds to Disparaging Ad hominem Attack of Grassroots Journalist's Article in Los Alamos Monitor Online. 
.June
2014
.​National Association of Scholars (NAS) Prepares an Article that Explains an ITSSD White Paper Questioning Why Congress Should Continue to Fund USGCRP and Federal Agency Climate Science-related Research Producing HISAs Not Peer Reviewed in Conformance with U.S. Law (Information Quality Act). 
.​ITSSD Prepares White Paper Questioning Why Congress Should Continue to Fund USGCRP and Federal Agency Climate Science-related Research Producing HISAs Not Peer Reviewed in Conformance with U.S. Law (Information Quality Act) 
.June
2014
.​ITSSD CEO and Former EPA FOIA Official Prepare Washington Times Op-ed Discussing How EPA's Peer Review of the Mostly Third Party-Developed and Reviewed Climate Science Assessments Underlying the EPA Administrator's 2009 Endangerment Findings Did Not Satisfy the Information Quality Act's Most Rigorous and Least Discretionary Standards Applicable to Highly Influential Scientific Assessments ("HISAs"). 
Grassroots Journalist Marita Noon Prepares Two Articles Appearing in the Canada Free Press and RedState.com  Discussing How ITSSD Research Incorporated Within Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests Filed with EPA and NOAA Has Revealed Agency Failure to Comply with Information Quality Act Peer Review Standards With Respect to the Climate Science Underlying EPA's 2009 Clean Air Act Endangerment Findings Which Also Likely Occurred with Respect to the Science Underlying EPA's Listing of the Meadow Jumping Mouse as an Endangered Species. 
​National Association of Scholars (NAS) Prepares an Article that Explains ITSSD Research Findings Incorporated within Freedom of Information Act Requests Filed with EPA and NOAA Challenging Such Agencies to Disclose Records Substantiating Their Compliance With the Information Quality Act's Most Rigorous and Least Discretionary Peer Review Standards Applicable to Highly Influential Scientific Assessments.
.​ITSSD Prepares White Paper Questioning Why Congress Should Continue to Fund USGCRP and Federal Agency Climate Science-related Research Producing HISAs Not Peer Reviewed in Conformance with U.S. Law (Information Quality Act). 
​The Daily Caller  Prepares an Article Describing ITSSD's Filing of FOIA Requests with EPA and NOAA Challenging the Agencies to Substantiate How Their Validation of EPA Developed and Reviewed and Third Party Developed and Reviewed Climate Science Assessments Underlying the Administrator's GHG Endangerment Findings Satisfied the Most Rigorous and Least Discretionary Information Quality Act Peer Review Standards Applicable to Highly Influential Scientific Assessments ("HISAs").
​Atlas Economic Research Foundation Blogs About ITSSD's Information Quality Act-focused Freedom of Information Act Requests Filed with EPA and NOAA.
.May 
2014