SPECIAL EDITION: How have YOUR priorities changed for 2022?

It’s a new world for public records — the pandemic, civil unrest, and tech advances have shifted public records priorities across the nation. How have YOUR priorities changed for 2022? Take the Peers in Public Records Survey (PiPRSurvey) to add your valuable opinions.

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What are your Peers prioritizing as they look to 2022?

Interested in what’s keeping your fellow Public Records Request Managers up at night? Take this year’s 4-minute PiPRSurvey >>

Share your thoughts and opinions in this year’s 4-minute Peers in Public Records (PiPR) Survey. The data collected will be used to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges public records managers across the US are facing so we can all work to improve resource/budget allocation, make your role less stressful and more rewarding – while improving public perception and relationships with requesters (citizens, businesses, journalists).

Click here to take the 4-minute 2022 PiPRSurvey and be sure to register for the November 16th Webinar in which we’ll be sharing initial results.

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GovQA regularly hosts and moderates roundtables and webinars with partners, associations, customers, and other subject matter experts to create and expand opportunities for state and local government agency members to discuss the challenges they face.

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Department of Corrections Roundtable

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The Peers in Public Records Newsletter (formerly FOIA News) is a bi-monthly e-newsletter brought to you by GovQA. It is a collection of the latest trends in public record requests and government transparency initiatives, shared stories, informative case studies, and actionable knowledge that will help you calm the chaos and keep your organization compliant. Send your comments to peers@govqa.com.

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