OIP UPDATES ITS WEBSITE, AND ANNUAL REPORTS ARE DUEPosted on Jul 2, 2013 in What's New
The state Office of Information Practices (OIP) is pleased to announce that its website has been updated and improved. Besides having the same look and feel as the other state agency sites, OIP’s new website offers easy links to other state, county, and federal sites, including the State Calendar showing the meeting agendas for all state agencies. Thanks to OIP’s Record Report Specialist Michael Little and the invaluable assistance of Bryce Fujii of the state’s Information and Communication Services Division, OIP’s website is also better organized, more user-friendly, and modern. Users can still find the relevant laws, rules, and legal opinions, along with OIP’s training materials, forms, What’s New updates, and other materials, and the site is easier to navigate and search. The new website address is oip.hawaii.gov, and the old address of hawaii.gov/oip will redirect you to the site (you may need to refresh your screen). Check it out!
Additionally, with the start of the new fiscal year, all state agencies should upload their annual log totals for FY 13 onto the OIP Master UIPA Records Request Year End Log for FY 2013 found at data.hawaii.gov. Instructions on how to upload totals to the Master Log can be found on OIP’s training page on its new website at oip.hawaii.gov/training.
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