Access to Public Records Sample Clauses

Access to Public Records. (1) The Contractor shall allow public access to all documents, papers, letters, or other material made or received by the Contractor in conjunction with the Contract, unless the records are exempt from Article I, section 24(a), Florida Constitution or section 119.07(1), Florida Statutes. The Department may unilaterally terminate the Contract if the Contractor refuses to allow public access as required in this section. If, under this Contract, the Contractor is providing services, the Department may unilaterally cancel the Contract for refusal by the Contractor to allow access to all public records, including documents, papers, letters, or other material made or received by the Contractor in conjunction with the Contract, unless the records are exempt from section 24(a) of Art. I of the State Constitution and section 119.07(1), Florida Statutes.
Access to Public Records. No records of District shall be made available for public inspection or copying by NWRDC, NWESD, or XXXXX without express written authorization of District. Requests pursuant to RCW 42.17 for inspection or copying of public records of District, held or maintained by NWRDC shall be referred to District.
Access to Public Records. As a condition of accepting a contract for services under this section, a contractor must agree to treat all records, other than proprietary information, relating to personal services work performed under the contract as public records under the freedom of access laws to the same extent as if the work were performed directly by the department or agency. For the purposes of this subsection, "proprietary information" means information that is a trade secret or commercial or financial information, the disclosure of which would impair the competitive position of the contractor and would make available information not otherwise publicly available. Information relating to wages and benefits of the employees performing the personal services work under the contract and information concerning employee and contract oversight and accountability procedures and systems are not proprietary information. The Provider shall maintain all books, documents, payrolls, papers, accounting records and other evidence pertaining to this Agreement and make such materials available at its offices at all reasonable times during the period of this Agreement and for such subsequent period as specified under Maine Uniform Accounting and Auditing Practices for Community Agencies (MAAP) rules. The Provider shall allow inspection of pertinent documents by the Department or any authorized representative of the State of Maine or Federal Government, and shall furnish copies thereof, if requested. This subsection applies to contracts, contract extensions and contract amendments executed on or after October 1, 2009.
Access to Public Records. As a condition of accepting any public funds under this Agreement, Recipient hereby acknowledges and agrees that documents and information relating to Recipient’s project, the Incentive Award and this Agreement, other than information designated confidential by statute, may be treated as public records under the freedom of access laws. The Trust requires transparency on how funds are managed, awarded, and spent. Accordingly, subject to the foregoing limitation on designated confidential information, Recipient hereby agrees to permit disclosure of information about Recipient’s project and how Incentive Awards and Program funds were awarded and spent.
Access to Public Records. The Division reserves the right to unilaterally cancel this agreement in the event that the Grantee refuses to grant public access to all documents or other materials made or received by the Grantee that are subject to the provisions of Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, known as the Florida Public Records Act. The Grantee shall contact the Division's Contract manager if it receives a public records request related to this agreement. .
Access to Public Records. Where the processing of a grievance requires the review of public records maintained by the Board, the appropriate employee or Association representative(s) shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to peruse such records during normal business hours. Such time shall not interfere with break or duty-free lunch times.
Access to Public Records. The Contractor shall allow public access to all documents, papers, letters, or other material made or received by the Contractor in conjunction with the Contract, unless the records are exempt from Article I, Section 24(a), Florida Constitution or section 119.07(1), F.S. The Department may unilaterally terminate the Contract if the Contractor refuses to allow public access as required in this section. Redacted Copies of Confidential Information If Contractor considers any portion of any documents, data, or records submitted to the Department to be confidential, proprietary, trade secret or otherwise not subject to disclosure pursuant to Chapter 119, F.S., the Florida Constitution or other authority, Contractor mustupon request, provide the Department with a separate redacted copy of the information it claims as Confidential and briefly describe in writing the grounds for claiming exemption from the public records law, including the specific statutory citation for such exemption. This redacted copy shall contain the Contract name and number, and shall be clearly titled “Confidential.” The redacted copy should only redact those portions of material that the Contractor claims is confidential, proprietary, trade secret or otherwise not subject to disclosure. Request for Redacted Information In the event of a public records or other disclosure request pursuant to Chapter 119, F.S., the Florida Constitution or other authority, to which documents that are marked as “Confidential” are responsive, the Department will provide the Contractor-redacted copies to the requestor. If a requestor asserts a right to the Confidential Information, the Department will notify the Contractor such an assertion has been made. It is the Contractor’s responsibility to assert that the information in question is exempt from disclosure under Chapter 119, F.S., or other applicable law. If the Department becomes subject to a demand for discovery or disclosure of the Confidential Information of the Contractor under legal process, the Department shall give the Contractor prompt notice of the demand prior to releasing the information labeled “Confidential” (unless otherwise prohibited by applicable law). Contractor shall be responsible for defending its determination that the redacted portions of its response are confidential, proprietary, trade secret, or otherwise not subject to disclosure. Indemnification for Redacted Information Contractor shall protect, defend, and indemnify the Depa...
Access to Public Records. The Department may unilaterally cancel this Contract for refusal by the Service Provider to comply with this section by not allowing public access to all documents, papers, letters, or other material made or received by the Service Provider in conjunction with the Contract, unless the records are exempt from section 24(a) of Article I of the Florida Constitution and section 119.07(1), Florida Statutes. Article 1, section 24, Florida Constitution, guarantees every person access to all public records, and section 119.011, Florida Statutes, provides a broad definition of “public record.” As such, records submitted to the Department (or any other State agency) are public records and are subject to disclosure unless exempt from disclosure by law.