Previously, the school has released employment records of Fu Ping at NCSA, which showed that she was only a programmer there when Mosaic was developed and a manager later.
From: University of Illinois FOIA Sent: Wednesday, August 07, 2013 3:01 PM
Cc: University of Illinois FOIA Subject: FOIA Response (13-357)
August 7, 2013 [REDACTED] Re: FOIA 13-357 Dear Mr. xxxx: I am responding to your letter received in our office on July 31 under the Freedom of Information Act in which you request: "a copy of the following records (documentation in published, unpublished, machine-readable, and audiovisual forms, including correspondence such as printed letters as well as emails): 1. Records, if any, that Ping Fu was a Director of Visualization of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications;2. Records, if any, that Ping Fu initiated the NCSA Mosaic software project;3. Records, if any, that Ping Fu managed the MCSA Mosaic software project;
4. Records, if any, that Ping Fu’s work product led to Netscape; and5. Records, if any, that Ping Fu’s work product led to Internet Explorer. The records, if any, responsive to this FOIA request should be located in Ping Fu’s research and project files at NCSA. These include research and project proposals, funding applications, financial and budget records, research data, reports, and correspondence."
A search was conducted and no records pertaining to your request could be located. You have a right, under the law, to seek a review of this response by the Public Access Counselor (PAC) in the Office of the Attorney General. The PAC may be reached by phone at 217-782-1396, by email to email@example.com, or by postal mail at the Public Access Bureau, 500 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62706. You also have the right to seek judicial review under section 11 of this Act. If you have questions for our office, please contact 217-333-6400. Sincerely, Thomas P. HardyExecutive Director
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