Government Officials as Guardians and Champions of Public Records

Being accountable for hundreds of millions of vital, property, legal, and historical public records created over hundreds of years is a big charter. This responsibility falls on elected and appointed officials who have taken a sworn oath to preserve, protect, and provide constituent access to these critical records. In this guide, learn how local, county, and state government leaders are navigating and mastering their role as guardians and champions of public records.

Guardians of Public Records


“When we sit down with leaders, they’re blown away by the volume and complexity of public records in their care. It’s not until they see the scope and historical perspective that the lightbulb goes off that they need to modernize and they need expert help to do it.”

Chris Marotti
Kofile Senior Vice President, Brand & Experience

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