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Kansas Public Record Laws

Open Records in Kansas

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Official government website and social media content in Kansas are subject to the Kansas Open Records Act (KORA).

How Kansas Defines a Public Record

The Kansas Open Records Act defines a public record as any “recorded information, regardless of form or characteristics, which is made, maintained or kept by or is in the possession of any public agency.”

It also states that “regardless of form or characteristics means that public records are not restricted to written records” and that “computer data is a record.”

Social Media Guidance Documents

The State of Kansas has an official Social Media Policy that states:

“State of Kansas agencies that choose to enhance their communications strategies by utilizing social media in carrying out their functions/missions must do so in ways that maintain good order and discipline, network security, comply with public records retention legal requirements and ensure consistency with State and agency media standards.”