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Subject: RAIN 1201 Weekly Update: Government (23)
From: Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 1 Dec 2002 15:39:14 EST

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GCN 11/18/02
Navy documents will be shipshape
By Dawn S. Onley
GCN Staff
The office of the Navy CIO has launched an enterprise records management 
system that will ultimately manage the records and documents stored on 
411,000 computers on the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet.

The Daily Herald 11/23/02
Open records guide made
By Ed Brock November 23, 2002
Members of the media have the right to access individual Social Security 
numbers, but that individual's bank account number is out of bounds.
That's the kind of knowledge contained a new booklet called "Georgia Law 
Enforcement and the Open Records Act: A Law Enforcement Officer's Guide to 
Open Records in Georgia."

The Tennessean 11/24/02

Public can access information on criminals online

Dallas Morning News 11/24/02

Denton sheriff reinstates inmate work program

Trial period started at request of county judge because of backlog

By TOM REEDY / Denton Record-Chronicle

Records have been piling up in Denton County over the last month – birth 
records, death records, deeds and the like.

They have been waiting to be transferred onto microfilm. Since the first week 
of October, the workers who did the job – jail inmates – were no longer 
allowed to work there. 

Citing security reasons, Sheriff Weldon Lucas had halted the use of inmates, 
called trusties, for county labor.

Merced Sun-Star 11/24/02

Records suit costs county $22,000

New York Times 11/25/02

Online Campaign Fund Reports Prove Popular

Providence Journal 11/25/02

Council members examine legal billing papers

The Irish Times 11/25/02

Public to get access to Cabinet files after five years

By Miriam Donohoe

Official Government documents previously made public only after a lapse of 30 

are to be accessible in future after a five-year period.

The dramatic change in the time limit for access to sensitive Cabinet papers 

under a provision of the Freedom Of Information (FOI) Act.

The Princeton Packet 11/26/02

Lawsuit filed, another threatened over deer cull

New York Times 11/26/02
Critics Say Government Deleted Web Site Material to Push Abstinence

Boston Herald 11/26/02
Old records reveal Mass. sterilization plan

Reuters Health 11/26/02
US government asks court to seal vaccine records


The Cincinnati Enquirer 11/27/02
Judge refuses to make city turn over data in gun case

TriCity Herald 11/27/02
County officials creating keepsakes

Accra Mail 11/27/02
Freedom of Information Draft Bill Out
The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) says the Government has released a first 
draft of the Freedom of Information (FOI) legislation to civil society for 
further input by stakeholders before being finalized and presented to 
Parliament to be passed.

The Natal Witness 11/28/02
Caring for the apartheid records that survived
'Irreplaceable archives are disappearing'
Between 1996 and 1998 the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) undertook 
an investigation into the destruction of records by the apartheid state. It 
discovered that a massive destruction exercise, authorised at the highest 
levels and concentrated in the security establishment, had taken place in the 
period 1990-1994. Surprisingly, the TRC was able nevertheless to locate and 
document substantial accumulations of security records that had survived this 
devastating erasure of state memory resources.

Houston Chronicle 11/28/02
Britain to publish files on UFO sightings

The Age 11/28/02
Keeping the lid on information
Freedom of information was heralded as landmark legislation. Yet federal and 
state governments continue to thwart it, reports Matthew Ricketson.

Plano Star Courier 11/28/02
DEA reprimands shelter for handling of records
dept_id=186027&rfi=6 11/29/02
UK throws open over 300 secret service files
LONDON: Britain threw open over 300 dusty and faded secret service
files on Thursday, offering an enticing glimpse into the shadowy
machinations of intelligence agents during some of the pivotal years of
the 20th century.

Kingsport Times-News 11/29/02
Wise County clerk's office working to preserve old records

ABCNews 12/01/02
Project to search for original ACT drawings, plans 12/02/02
E-gov agenda takes shape
E-Government Act promotes Web standards, procurement reform, security policies

Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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Richmond, Va

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