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MAHALO to those people who responded to OIP’s first-ever survey of its users! While a more detailed summary, along with the survey Response Summary and respondents’ comments are linked below, OIP is pleased to announce that 94.1% (48 of 51) of the respondents reported being satisfied (39) or very satisfied (9) with OIP’s services overall, ...
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Circuit Court Judge Karl Sakamoto orally ruled on November 14, 2011, that the Uniform Information Practices Act (“UIPA”) requires Governor Neil Abercrombie to disclose the names of the judicial nominees who were not selected for appointment to the Hawaii Supreme Court. Until Judge Sakamoto’s written decision is filed, the Attorney General has not decided whether ...
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Agenda and Minutes Workshops

Posted on Nov 8, 2011 in What's New

The state Office of Information Practices (OIP) will be hosting “Workshop Wednesdays” at the State Office Tower in Honolulu to teach Sunshine Law boards how to properly prepare public meeting agendas and minutes. The free, one-hour workshops will be offered to boards’ secretaries, executive directors, and attorneys, who will be asked before the workshop to ...
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The state Office of Information Practices (“OIP”) is pleased to announce that its new“Agenda Guidance for Sunshine Law Boards” is now available on its website at hawaii.gov/oip. The new guide provides Sunshine Law boards with tips and examples of how to craft a good, informative agenda that will withstand OIP’s scrutiny by providing the public with ...
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