U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan denied motions from two unidentified parties in the case to permanently seal a 500-page report that found widespread misconduct in the corruption case against the senator, who died in a 2010 plane crash.
Sullivan ordered the report's release on March 15, along with any written objections the parties wish to include.
Stevens was the longest-serving Republican in the Senate when a jury convicted him in 2008 on corruption charges. A few days later he lost his re-election bid in Alaska.
Sullivan dismissed the conviction in 2009 after the Justice Department admitted misconduct in the case and ordered the investigation.