Government belongs to the people, and federal, state and local agencies have the duty to be as transparent as they can within the law. This task is no longer possible without specialist software to handle public records requests (PRRs) and many, mainly federal agencies, have adopted these technologies to great effect. Our reasons here for urging all agencies to use advanced technologies to process PRRs have nothing to do with cost, or even the cost-effectiveness of specialist software. That argument can wait. Our sole criterion in this white paper is simply how technology best serves the ideal of open government.
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