Keeping Them Honest: Using the Power of OPRA to Hold Public Officials Accountable

Abstract

How can public records requests be used to hold local public officials accountable? Gavin Rozzi, creator of the OPRAmachine public records web service will speak about the types of records that can be used by activists seeking to hold their local officials accountable and strategies for using public information to encourage accountability.

Date
Nov 14, 2020 3:50 PM

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Gavin C. Rozzi
Gavin C. Rozzi
Pushing the boundaries of data, technology & public policy

Gavin Rozzi is a data scientist from New Jersey. Gavin studies urban informatics, environmental factors affecting the spread of COVID-19 & public policy development.

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