Across the US, open record activists, state legislators, and state supreme courts are – in one way or another – pushing open records laws into the 21st century. Oregon’s courts are driving modernization by interpreting state open records laws to include modern communication channels regardless of device ownership. Oregon organizations are left to figure out how to keep up with the changing legal landscape on top off managing their local communities.
This interactive session will cover suggested next steps and best practices for developing effective electronic communications policies for text messaging and other dynamic channels being used in your government organization. We will dive into some real-world analysis of the current public records laws landscape and how it impacts you.
Additionally, we will review technology-driven solutions that will enable your employees to communicate efficiently while reducing public record compliance risks.
Matt Dreese, Business Development Executive, Public Sector, Smarsh