The Montana Board of Regents does not plan to reconsider an agreement governing access to University of Montana Foundation records, even though an open records lawyer considers the new policy a violation of the Montana Constitution and its right to know protections. Earlier this year, the regents approved an updated contract between the University of […]
The Montana Legislature is replacing its current email system with one that is expected to make it easier to comply with open records requests. The new email has an automatic archive system that will retain legislators’ emails for five years after their terms end to comply with state law, the Missoulian reports . Lee Newspapers […]
From NFOIC: A few state FOIA and local open government news items selected from many of interest that we might or might not have drawn attention to earlier in the week.
While you're at it, be sure to check out State FOIA Friday Archives.
Dave Strohmaier is confident the city of Missoula and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes share mutual concerns when it comes to economic development. And the Missoula city councilman is pretty sure there are other areas where their interests overlap as well. He just doesn’t know what they are.
A few state FOIA and local open government news items selected from many of interest that we might or might not have drawn attention to earlier in the week:
Michigan schools create their own FOIA interpretations