If you're a local government agency* in California, you have to comply with this Public Records Act requirement and publish your Enterprise System Catalog by July 1, 2016. It must be updated annually and posted to your agency's website, if you have one.
We've worked with some of the people who opposed the 2016 Senate Bill 272 (and along the way, made it a bit easier to comply with), as well as the attorneys who reviewed the compromise, to create a tool that helps you produce, publish and share your enterprise system catalog without a lot of time, effort or expense. And—it's free.
Every local government agency has to comply with this law, regardless of whether or not they have a website. Luckily we've made it easy. Learn more about SB 272 or view the FAQs from our webinars.
*local educational agencies are exempt
Quick inventory collection, and smart wizard walks you through every step, helping you to determine what systems need to be listed, and making sure you complete the proper fields.
Simple yes/no questions with tips help you complete the inventory easily.
The tool provides a standalone webpage you can link to, with a URL that never changes. So when you need to update each year, the link will continue to work.
And, it's free forever.
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