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The California Public Records Act Local Agency Inventory is a state mandate that requires all state agencies to create a catalog of enterprise systems.
The Wyoming Sunshine Law allows anyone to request public records without a statement of purpose. There are no restrictions on the use of public records. Here is a template for requesting public information in Wyoming in compliance with the Sunshine Law.
Under the West Virginia Freedom of Information Act, anyone can request public records without a statement of purpose. There are no restrictions on the use of records. Here is a template for requesting public information under the West Virginia Freedom of Information Act.
Under the Vermond Public Records Law, any person can request public records without a statement of purpose. There are no restrictions on the use of records. Here is a template for requesting public records in Vermont in accordance to the Public Records Law.
The South Dakota Sunshine Law permits any person to request public records without a statement of purpose nor restrictions on the use of those records. On this page is a template for requesting public information from South Dakota in compliance with the Sunshine Law.
Rhode Island Access to Public Records Act (APRA) allows any person to request public records with no statement of purpose. There is a restriction on commercial use of public records and the response time is 10 business days. Here is a template for requesting public records in Rhode Island in compliance with APRA.
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July 6, 2016
In his last few months in office, President Obama goes back to one of his earliest promises - FOIA reform.Read News
June 20, 2016
A record number of FOIA lawsuits were filed in 2015, reflecting a recent trend of increasing numbers of FOIA lawsuits.Read News
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The OpenRecord Portal allows you to create a public portal website that is easy to search and provide systematic access to data.
The OpenRecord tools reduce the time to respond to requests exponentially as well as avoid duplicate requests.
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