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The Transparency Oregon Advisory Commission was launched in 2009, through the approval of House Bill 2500.
Initially, the commission advised the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) on the creation, content, and operation of the Oregon Transparency website. Then in 2015, House Bill 3099 transferred the Transparency Program and website responsibilities from DAS to the State Chief Information Officer.
Today, Oregon Revised Statutes (2017): ORS 276A.250–276A.262 address the commission, program, and website.
A listing of the laws and legislation that applies to the Oregon Transparency Program and website, including House Bills (HB), Senate Bills (SB), and Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) are provided at https://www.oregon.gov/transparency/pages/Laws-Legislation.aspx.
Transparency Oregon Advisory Commission (TOAC) meeting minutes, agendas, presentations, biennial, statistical, and workgroup reports, and audlio/video meeting files, are provided at https://www.oregon.gov/transparency/pages/Reports-Resources.aspx.
For commission information subscribe to Commission Agendas.
For Oregon Transparency news and information visit Transparency Updates.
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