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Open Records Act Technology Authority Better Georgia

Open Records Act Technology Authority Better Georgia

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Better Georgia's Open Records Act document request of the Georgia Technology Authority.
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BETTERGEORGIA.COM
Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013OPEN RECORDS ACT REQUESTCalvin RhodesGTA Executive Director and State Chief Information OfficerGeorgia Technology Authority 47 Trinity Avenue S.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30334Executive Director Rhodes,Pursuant to the Georgia Open Records Act (ORA), O.C.G.A. § 50-18-70 et. seq., Ihereby request the opportunity to inspect and copy the records listed below, whether they be in electronic or hard copy format. As you may know, the ORA requires your response to this request within three business days of its receipt. I look forward to receiving your response no laterthan Thursday, October 10, 2013.This is a public record request for the following:1.
 
 All records, whether in electronic, hard copy or other format, that are inthe possession of the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) related toCopart, Inc., and any of its subsidiaries, officers, employees and/orrepresentatives between January 1, 2011 and the time of response to thisrequest. These records include but are not limited to memoranda, letters,emails, notes, meeting minutes, employee schedules, and telephonerecords.2.
 
 All records, whether in electronic, hard copy or other format, that are inthe possession of the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) related toGainesville Salvage and Disposal; Recovery Services, Inc.; C&DInvestments, Inc., C&D Auto Transport, Inc. and all companies or entities“doing business as” Gainesville Salvage; and any of their subsidiaries,officers, employees and/or representatives between January 1, 2011 andthe time of response to this request. These records include but are notlimited to memoranda, letters, emails, notes, meeting minutes, employeeschedules, and telephone records.3.
 
 Any communications between employees of DOR and members of theGeneral Assembly, General Assembly staff members, and the publicregarding HB 386 of the 2011 and 2012 sessions of the General Assembly, whether occurring before, during or after the dates of those sessions.
 
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 Any communications between employees of DOR and the Governor,and/or employees of the Governor’s office regarding HB 386 of the 2011and 2012 sessions of the General Assembly, whether occurring before,during or after the dates of those sessions.5.
 
 Any communication between employees of DOR and Nathan Deal duringhis time as Governor-elect, as well as with any employees of his transitioneffort and/or any other representatives of Mr. Deal during his time asGovernor-elect regarding HB 386 of the 2011 and 2012 sessions of theGeneral Assembly.6.
 
 Any communications between employees of DOR regarding HB 386 of the2011 and 2012 sessions of the General Assembly, whether occurring before, during or after the dates of those sessions.7.
 
 Any communications between employees of DOR and members of theGeneral Assembly, General Assembly staff members, and the publicregarding HB 266 of the 2013 session of the General Assembly, whetheroccurring before, during or after the dates of those sessions.8.
 
 Any communications between employees of DOR and the Governor,and/or employees of the Governor’s office regarding HB 266 of the 2013session of the General Assembly, whether occurring before, during or afterthe dates of those sessions.9.
 
 Any communication between employees of DOR and Nathan Deal duringhis time as Governor-elect, as well as with any employees of his transitioneffort and/or any other representatives of Mr. Deal during his time asGovernor-elect regarding HB 266 of the 2013 session of the General Assembly.10.
 
 Any communications between employees of DOR regarding HB 266 of the2013 session of the General Assembly, whether occurring before, during orafter the dates of those sessions.11.
 
 Any communication between employees of DOR and the members of theGeneral Assembly, General Assembly staff members, and the publicregarding potential or actual changes to the Georgia Public Revenue Code,
 
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O.C.G.A. § 48-1-1 et. seq., if those communications occurred on or betweenthe dates of November 1, 2010 and August 7, 2013.12.
 
 Any communication between the Governor and/or employees of theGovernor’s office regarding potential changes to the Georgia PublicRevenue Code, O.C.G.A. § 48-1-1 et. seq., if those communicationsoccurred on or between the dates of November 1, 2010 to August 7, 2013.13.
 
 Any communication between employees of DOR and Nathan Deal duringhis time as Governor-elect, as well as with any employees of his transitioneffort and/or any other representatives of Mr. Deal during his time asGovernor-elect regarding potential changes to the Georgia Public RevenueCode, O.C.G.A. § 48-1-1 et. seq.14.
 
 Any communication between employees of DOR and the members of theGeneral Assembly, General Assembly staff members, and the publicregarding potential changes to Title 40 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, if those communications occurred on or between the dates of November 1, 2010 and August 7, 2013.15.
 
 Any communication between employees of DOR and the Governor and/oremployees of the Governor’s office regarding potential changes to Title 40of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, if those communicationsoccurred on or between the dates of November 1, 2010 and August 7, 2013.16.
 
 Any communication between employees of DOR and Nathan Deal duringhis time as Governor-elect, as well as with any employees of his transitioneffort and/or any other representatives of Mr. Deal during his time asGovernor-elect regarding potential changes to Title 40 of the Official Codeof Georgia Annotated.17.
 
 Any communication between employees of DOR and any business in theGeorgia auto salvage industry, specifically including any complaints,concerns or comments related to changes in state law and/or changes toDOR regulations between January 1, 2011 and the time of response to thisrequest.18.
 
 Any record retention and destruction policies maintained by the GeorgiaTechnology Authority.

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