State of PA

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Pennsylvania's Right to Know Law:

Provides access to public information, for a designated open-records officer in each Commonwealth agency, local agency, judicial agency and legislative agency, for procedure, for appeal of agency determination, for judicial review and for the Office of Open Records; imposing penalties; providing for reporting by State-related institutions; requiring the posting of certain State contract information on the Internet; and making related repeals.

 

Pennsylvania's Office of Open Records enforces the state’s Right-to-Know Law and serves as a resource for citizens, public officials and members of the media in obtaining public records of their government.  Agencies are reminded to ensure that citizens are provided access to records to which they are entitled.  Equally important, the Office of Open Records reminds citizens to use good judgment in seeking records from the public body and not use this law to harass or overburden a public body from performing its other functions.  If you have any questions or need more information please contact the Office of Open Records at (717) 346-9903 or by email.

 

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