Governor Jeff Colyer, M.D. today issued a set of four executive orders designed to promote openness and transparency in government. The orders make the following changes:
• Eliminating the fees for the first 100 pages of documents requested under the Kansas Open Records Act for residents of Kansas.
• Requiring employees of the Governor’s Office to use only official e-mail accounts to conduct state business.
• Mandating that all Cabinet agencies develop and track performance metrics which measure the most critical functions of their agency,
• Creating a centralized website where all open meeting notices of Executive Branch agencies will be . . .
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