Digital Democracy: Minnesota Citizens' Guide for Government Information Policy

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DIANE Publishing, 1996 - 61 sider
Contains a series of recommendations and a review of the Minnesota Government Information Access Council (GIAC), created in 1994 for the purpose of improving public access to government information and to help government become more efficient, effective and responsive to the public through the use of information technology. Includes an introduction to the vision and principles of GIAC and recommendations involving system design, training, government on-line, information policy organization and enforcement, community access, and more.
 

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Side 35 - No member of this state shall be disfranchised, or deprived of any of the rights or privileges secured to any citizen thereof, unless by the law of the land or the judgment of his peers.
Side 31 - Photographic, photostatic, microphotographic, or microfilmed records shall be considered as accessible for convenient use regardless of the size of such records, provided that a suitable means for public inspection of the records is provided by the agency maintaining the records. Except as otherwise expressly provided by law, he shall permit all public records in his custody to be inspected, examined, abstracted, or copied at reasonable times and under his...
Side 25 - Eight members, appointed as follows: one member of the senate appointed by the president of the senate; one member of the house of representatives appointed by the speaker; one member...
Side 35 - No person, public or private, should have monopoly control over information held by a government entity, nor should government impose or claim any copyright or other restrictions on the ability of citizens to use and disseminate such information.
Side 31 - The responsible authority in every state agency, political subdivision, and statewide system shall establish procedures, consistent with this chapter, to insure that requests for government data are received and complied with in an appropriate and prompt manner. Full convenience and comprehensive accessibility shall be allowed to researchers including historians, genealogists and other scholars to carry out extensive research and complete copying of all records containing government data except as...
Side 41 - Photographic, photostatic, microphotographic, microfilm or other mechanical process of records shall be considered as accessible for convenient use regardless of the size of such records, provided that a suitable means for public inspection of the records is provided by the agency maintaining the records.
Side 25 - Representatives; (B) one Member of the House of Representatives appointed by the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives; (C...
Side 40 - ... use and disseminate such information. 5. Government should encourage the widest possible dissemination of public information by making it available at a price not to exceed the marginal cost of dissemination. 6. Government laws, regulations and policies should facilitate public access to government information by encouraging a diversity of sources, including the library community and private sector information industry, to offer or provide access to such...
Side 61 - Association, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and the National Conference of State Legislatures).
Side 40 - A Diversity of Information Sources Should Be Encouraged Government laws, regulations, and policies should facilitate public access to government information by encouraging a diversity of sources, including the library community and private sector information industry, to offer or provide access to such information.

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