New Mexico city seeks money for public records software program

From Alamogordo Daily News:

The city is seeking outside funding to help it unveil a new software program that will provide staff and members of the public easier access to city records.
According to a city agenda report, the item, which the Alamogordo City Commission approved last week, will allow the city to move forward with a request to the New Mexico Historical Records Advisory Board for funding assistance.
The city approved funding under the budgetary process in August for a new software application replacement project that includes a "new records management software component," records show.
The new software component will help the city clerk "administer the city's historical records and meet the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act requirements," according to an agenda report.