Open public records site was specifically created to assist people in searching for and obtaining information from the billions of public records and documents in existence nationwide. The most frequently requested records are held by federal, state and local entities. Open Public Records is your key to the easy access of information facilitated by individual state open government statutes and federal freedom of information laws. Open Public Records is a uniquely powerful resource providing instant access to records and documents from agencies at all levels of government in an efficient and timely manner. Open Public Records provides you with direct access to the official websites of an extensive variety of government agencies. Our easy to use self explanatory site will link you directly to the source of the public records you are seeking. Whether you desire information from federal agencies or from county or state, you may begin your search using the site's index with a simple click of your mouse.
Open Public Records is among the largest most effectual gateways to open public information on the internet. Since the creation of the Sunshine Laws in the mid 70's which were designed to increase public disclosure of governmental agencies other freedom of information legislation has comprised laws that guarantee access to data held by the state. These laws have established a "right-to-know" legal process by which requests may be made for government held information. Sunshine laws, also require nonprofit organizations receiving public funding to open at least some of their board meetings to the public. Numerous records are available through government agencies and Open Public Records provides links to either their data or applicable request forms online.
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