Lee County School Board members got an update this week on the District’s plans to improve the way it processes public records requests.
District staff has soft-launched new software, GovQA, and plans to have it up and running next month.
The software system will help improve the process of public records requests and will provide consistency when filling those requests, officials said.
Superintendent Dr. Greg Adkins said he has directed staff to analyze costs savings, if any, and to evaluate departmentally how to prioritize the fulfillment of public records requests, preferably without requesting additional staff to do so.
Potential cost savings and better service?
Possible shifting of priorities to better emphasize public record request fulfillment?
Sounds like a plan to us.