OIP Posts Part 3 of “Who Board Members Can Talk to and When”

Posted on Aug 8, 2013 in Featured, What's New

The state Office of Information Practices (OIP) has posted the third and final part in its series, “Quick Review:  Who Board Members Can Talk To and When” on the training page at oip.hawaii.gov.  This Quick Review series helps Sunshine Law board members understand what they can talk about with other board members or third parties when they are not in a public meeting.  Specifically, Part 3 discusses how permitted interaction groups (PIGs) may be established by a board to investigate or negotiate matters outside of publicly noticed meetings.

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