Documents

DC Public Charter School Board Advisory Opinion (OMA - Notice of Meetings)

On September 20, 2021, the Director of Open Government (the "Director") issued advisory opinion #OOG-2021-0001-M, concerning the “District of Columbia Public Charter School Board’s (“DC PCSB”) Comp

Retention of a Public Body’s Meeting Records and the Public Inspection of Meeting Records Under the OMA

The Director of Open Government provided this Advisory Opinion (AO) to the D.C.

Guidance for Remote Meetings after the Public Health Emergency

The attached document provides guidance regarding and the best practices for conducting electronic meetings after expiration of the public health emergency (“PHE”) for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Resolution of Complaint Board of Professional Counseling

The Director of Open Government (Director) dismissed this Open Meetings Act Complaint because the matters complained of were not within the Director's jurisdiction.

Resolution of Complaint ANC

This dismissal letter resolves an Open Meetings Act (OMA) complaint regarding an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner's (ANC) meeting.

FY 22 BUDGET OVERSIGHT TESTIMONY OF DIRECTOR ALLEN

FY 2022 BUDGET OVERSIGHT TESTIMONY OF DIRECTOR NIQUELLE ALLEN

FOIA Legal Opinion - Telephone Logs

The Office of Open Government's Chief Counsel, Johnnie Barton, rendered a legal opinion to the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) to assist the agency in formulating a policy to address

FOIA Compliance: DCPS Publication of Administrative and Policy Documents on the Internet

The Office of Open Government issued an Advisory Opinion regarding the District of Columbia Public Schools' compliance with the Freedom of Information Act's requirement for agencies to publish Admi

LSAT and Public Charter School Board of Trustees OMA Training

The Local School Advisory Team Open Meetings Act (OMA) training facilitated by Attorney Sheree DeBerry and recorded on April 20th, 2021 (training materials attached below):

Statement of the Public's Open Government Bill of Rights

The Public's "Bill of Rights" to An Open and Transparent Government

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