Congressional Oversight Electronic Storage and Retrieval Act.

What if all documents created by every federal agency were automatically sent to Congress and put in an electronic storage vault. Congress could not read the documents anytime they wanted, they would still have to go through whatever due process, subpoena, or other to acquire the documents. The difference is that once due process allows for the oversight committee to see any document, or set of documents, they would already be in Congress and would be instantly available, thus making stonewalling or delaying any document transfer impossible since the documents would already be in Congress. All administration computers would be tied to the storage vault, like any online backup service, just that they are backed up in Congress. Any memo or other document not produced by computer would have to be transferred manually. Failure to do so would result in severe prison time. One provision could also make the production of documents manually, not by computer, a felony as well.

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