The Office of Open Records Counsel is giving the public a chance to review and comment on a draft of a statewide model public records policy.
A new law requires all government entities in Tennessee to adopt a public records policy by July 1, 2017. [T.C.A. §10-7-503 (g)]. The law also requires the Office of Open Records Counsel, a state agency housed in the State Comptroller’s Office, to develop a model best practices and public records policy that can be used by the government entities.
The deadline for commenting is Dec. 15. Comments and feedback should be sent to email@example.com.