If there's no bureaucrat taking action, nothing happens.
The latest case of that: a revision in FOIA law:
"Among the new law’s requirements are giving those seeking information at least 90 days to file appeals of denied requests, not charging inappropriate duplication fees and informing requesters of their rights to advice from agency or governmentwide FOIA ombudsman offices"The GovExec article says a number of departments haven't implemented the law 9 months after signature, including USDA. The lead office is in Justice. I'm going to guess that there won't be 100 percent compliance by this time next year.