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April 27, 2012 The state Office of Information Practices (OIP) is pleased to report that the Senate Judiciary and Labor Committee has agreed to the House’s last version of OIP’s Sunshine Law bill, which clears the way for final reading of S.B. 2859, S.D. 1, H.D. 2. This bill will create two new permitted interactions, which ...
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April 26, 2012 The state Office of Information Practices (OIP) is pleased to announce that legislation providing a simple, timely, and uniform appeals process under both the Uniform Information Practices Act (UIPA) and the Sunshine Law was passed out of the conference committee today and will go to the full Legislature for final reading. S.B. 2858, ...
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OIP’s Streaming Videos

Posted on Apr 25, 2012 in What's New

April 25, 2012 The state Office of Information Practices (OIP) is pleased to announce that its PowerPoint presentations on the Uniform Information Practices Act and the Sunshine Law, with narration, are now available as streaming videos at hawaii.gov/oip/training. The videos can be quickly viewed in real time, without having to wait to download them first. If ...
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Board Member's E-mail Correspondence to Other Members

April 10, 2012 Hawaii Public Radio’s Beth-Ann Kozlovich recently interviewed Director Cheryl Kakazu Park about the Office of Information Practices’ (OIP) proposed appeals and Sunshine Law legislation, S.B. 2858 and S.B. 2859. As discussed in that interview, an opponent of S.B. 2858 claims that OIP is giving up its authority while other opponents argue that OIP is grabbing ...
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April 3, 2012 The state Office of Information Practices (OIP) is pleased to report that the House Finance Committee has voted to pass out of committee OIP’s proposal to clarify the appeals process for agencies under both the Uniform Information Practices Act (UIPA) and the Sunshine Law, as S.B. 2858, S.D. 1, H.D. 2. The committee ...
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Adequacy of Agenda