What You Missed at Elevate

          AINS Annual Summit and User Conference Recap and Top Takeaways  On November 3, AINS hosted its first-ever Hybrid Summit, with several hundred federal, state, and local government leaders who joined us either live in DC or virtually via Zoom. Our event celebrated our customer community’s critical

Summit Awards

Recognizing Excellence in Our Community

Three community leaders awarded at Elevate on November 3rd.   Every year at the AINS Annual Summit & User Conference, we recognize members of our community who have gone above and beyond in their work; changing workflows, improving features, and setting examples of operational excellence.

AINS General Counsel and Vice President of Partnerships Appointed to the National Archives and Records Administration’s (NARA) Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Advisory Committee

Benjamin Tingo accepts appointment to committee charged with advising improvements to FOIA administration GAITHERSBURG, MD – September 13, 2022 – AINS, LLC, the leader in low-code, specialized case management software for government, today announced that Benjamin Tingo, General Counsel and Vice President of Partnerships, was appointed to the 2022-2024 NARA

Top 5 Tips to Convince Your Manager Why you Must Attend

Attending October’s FOIAXpress User Conference & Tech Summit will be the most educational and professional development choice you will make all year. We know that and you know that. Get your supervisor and organization on board with our proven tips to help build your case. Focus on the issues at hand.

Q&A Series with Fred Sadler

The new Trump Administration and its impact on FOIA professionals  Join us for a question and answer series with Fred Sadler as he reveals his insight into our inquiries about the new Trump Administration and its impact on FOIA professionals, as well as challenges and trends as they relate to present-day

FOIA Report Card

Source: Center for Effective Government 2015 Freedom of Information Act advocacy group, Center for Effective Government, recently conducted an analysis of 15 federal agencies’ FOIA performance and posted their results in a report card format. The study found that USDA and SSA lead the pack when it comes to criteria like