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Subject: RAIN 1120 Weekly Update: Government
From: Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 30 Nov 2003 16:04:12 EST

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Daily Southtown
State reviews its rules on
destroying agendas
Wednesday, November 5, 2003
Sometimes the law is clear. Sometimes that doesn't matter.
The Illinois Appellate Court ruled in January 2002 that
public bodies can't take action on anything unless they first
publish their intention to do so in an agenda.

Waitakere CC taking time over
24 November 2003
A tendering process that began in October 2002 and was short-listed in
February culminated in the appointment in August of IT service firm Gen-i
as the preferred supplier, and tentatively identified Gen-i's proposed Trim
system as the software choice.,2106,2735885a28,00.html

New York Times
A Paper Trail Follows Iraqi Merchants of
Published: November 24, 2003
BAGHDAD, Iraq, Nov. 23 — In the end, after the secret investigations, the
middle-of-the-night arrests, the obsequious genuflections to Saddam Hussein, a
common passion drove these members of Iraq's Baath Party to excel at their
occupation. It was all about the money.
Advertisement Just as soon as any of them apprehended a malefactor and saw to
execution, or immediately after rounding up an army deserter, amputating his
ears and arranging to have food rations denied to his family, Baath Party
filled out forms in triplicate, then forwarded them to headquarters with a
note asking:
please send my bonus.
Web posted Tuesday, November 25, 2003
WH commission to consider new
records division
WINTER HAVEN -- Sarah Lee Shumate has spent
nearly two decades working on the city's records
As Winter Haven's longtime city clerk, Shumate
has always been concerned about the archival and
availability of official records, especially since most
are still on paper.
"It's always been a goal of mine to get the city
records all indexed and in order when you can find
them in an instant," she said.

Texarkana Gazette 11/26/03
Circuit clerk glad files are only
keystroke away
Texarkana Gazette
A massive computer system has edged out books in the Miller County
Circuit Clerk's office.
A year ago, Circuit Clerk Judy Langley went forward with a
modernization of her office to automate court and land filings.
Now, a year later and more than $100,000 invested, Langley's office is
on the cutting edge of technology. 11/29/03
Concerns continue over wiring Wallingford officials Mayor worried about cost,
possible misuse
By Paul LaRocco, Record-Journal staff
WALLINGFORD — Less than a week removed from being given the means to wire the
Town Council office with the
Internet and e-mail for the first time, some councilors are already on their
way to seeing that technology is used in
grander ways.
"I do foresee this opening things up to the public," said Town Councilor
James Vumbaco, a Democrat who will likely
be the council chairman next term. "Now, if people want information on
anything, they can just e-mail the council
By mid-December, Town Council secretary Kathryn Zandri's office will have
$2,800 worth of equipment that was
approved on Tuesday night — including a new computer, scanner and CD burner
to provide councilor-elect Michael
Spiteri with necessary documents — along with a much-discussed DSL Internet

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