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Staying Current and Compliant with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

New Jersey Supreme Court to Decide Whether Electronic Data Are Public Information

The NJ Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case which may transform the availability of public information

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Democratized Data: How Your Government Can Go Above and Beyond the Technological Mandates of the FOIA Improvement Act

The FOIA Improvement Act pushed agencies to improve their transparency but how can your government meet 21st century standards?

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President Obama Signs FOIA Improvement Act into Law - What the Changes Mean for You and FOIA Requests

In his last few months in office, President Obama goes back to one of his earliest promises - FOIA reform.

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Record Number of FOIA Lawsuits Filed in 2015

A record number of FOIA lawsuits were filed in 2015, reflecting a recent trend of increasing numbers of FOIA lawsuits.

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How to Stay Compliant with California Senate Bill 272

The implications of Senate Bill 272 on local agencies in California and how agencies can comply with the new requirements.

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Recent FOIA News

OpenRecord keeps track of important news so you don't have to.

July 21, 2016

New Jersey Supreme Court to Decide Whether Electronic Data Are Public Information

The NJ Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case which may transform the availability of public information

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August 9, 2016

Democratized Data: How Your Government Can Go Above and Beyond the Technological Mandates of the FOIA Improvement Act

The FOIA Improvement Act pushed agencies to improve their transparency but how can your government meet 21st century standards?

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July 6, 2016

President Obama Signs FOIA Improvement Act into Law - What the Changes Mean for You and FOIA Requests

In his last few months in office, President Obama goes back to one of his earliest promises - FOIA reform.

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June 20, 2016

Record Number of FOIA Lawsuits Filed in 2015

A record number of FOIA lawsuits were filed in 2015, reflecting a recent trend of increasing numbers of FOIA lawsuits.

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OpenRecord provides FOIA Management Tools to Reduce the Hassle of FOIA Requests

Use OpenRecord, powered by SeamlessDocs, to easily manage your collection and response to your public record requests.

Powerful Admin Tools built for Government

Easy to collect, Easy to manage

Easily search and sort through all of your records. You can set pre defined tags or create your own to keep track. Use the powerful messaging portal to notify any requestors.

Benefits of OpenRecord Tools

Check out some of the many features we have to make the process seamless.

Real Time Data

OpenRecord provides a portal that is easy to update and search giving the public and your staff real time access to data.

Messaging

Our easy to use tools allow your organization to easily share comments and files with messaging tools.

Access to Data

The OpenRecord Portal allows you to create a public portal website that is easy to search and provide systematic access to data.

Save Lots of Time

The OpenRecord tools reduce the time to respond to requests exponentially as well as avoid duplicate requests.

Templates by the State

We have a template to be used by cities in every state.

California Senate Bill 272

The California Public Records Act Local Agency Inventory is a state mandate that requires all state agencies to create a catalog of enterprise systems.

Wyoming Sunshine Law Request Form

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.

West Virginia Freedom of Information Act Request Form

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.

Vermont Public Records Law Request Form

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.

South Dakota Sunshine Law Request Form

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

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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