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How to Request Government Records [Video]

September 27, 2016
Find meeting minutes, photographs, books, maps and more through Georgia's open records process.

It’s hard to believe, but sometimes you need information that just isn’t available online! Sometimes, what you really need is a printed book or maybe a photograph.

If you need government records — meeting minutes, maps and more — you can file an open records request. The process is actually pretty quick and easy. Watch the video to find out who you need to contact, what you should say and what you can expect.

Rachel Hart

About the Author

Rachel Hart is the User Experience Designer for Digital Services Georgia. On Georgia.gov, she makes government material approachable with writing, infographics, videos, and other imagery.

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