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OOG-0003_7.03.17 Complaint_COST_AO Complaint Resolving Whether the Commission on the Selection and Tenure of Administrative Law Judges (COST) Violated the Open Meetings Act

Whether the COST violated the Open Meetings Act by failing to properly notice its June 29, 2017 meeting. OOG finds numerous violations of the June 29, 2017 meeting and several others.

8.6.17 Response to OOG-0004_7.03.17_AO DCPCSB Advisory Opinion

8. 6.17 Response to OOG-0004_7.03.17_AO DCPCSB Advisory Opinion

OOG-0006_ 10.01.17_MOVA_AO Whether the Mayor’s Advisory Board on Veterans Affairs: methods to canncel meetings; failure to record meeting minutes; and conduct of a meeting by electronic means comport with the requirements of the OMA.

Whether the Mayor’s Advisory Board on Veterans Affairs: methods to canncel meetings; failure to record meeting minutes; and conduct of a meeting by electronic means comport with the requirements of the OMA.

OOG--00011_10.31.17_AO Whether the OMA authorizes the SEUAB to meet in closed/executive session to draft and edit a contract performance report.

Whether the OMA authorizes the SEUAB to meet in closed/executive session to draft and edit a contract performance report.

OOG-007_10.25.17_AO Whether the OMA authorizes a public body to meet in a stand-alone closed/executive session distinct from, and unrelated to, an open meeting; and wether a public body must first adjourn an opening meeting to meet in a closed/executive s

Whether the OMA authorizes a public body to meet in a stand-alone closed/executive session distinct from, and unrelated to, an open meeting; and whether a public body must first adjourn an opening

#OOG-0010__10.3.17 Resolution of Complaint

#OOG-0010__10.3.17 Resolution of Complaint. 

#OOG-0009__9.30.17 Resolution of Complaint

#OOG-0009__9.30.17 Resolution of Complaint. 

Open Meeting Act PDF Version


OOG-0005_6.12.17_FOIA AO Whether the OIG may rely on FOIA's statutory exemptions to withhold content from an Report of Investigation (ROI) when a permanent copy of the ROI has been released into the public domain.

Whether the OIG may rely on FOIA's statutory exemptions to withhold content from a Report of Investigation (ROI) when a permanent copy of the ROI has been released into the public domain.

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