Preservation of orders in electronic format
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(1) When an agency issues a final order in a contested case, the agency shall maintain the final order in a digital format that:
(a) Identifies the final order by the date it was issued;
(b) Is suitable for indexing and searching; and
(c) Preserves the textual attributes of the document, including the manner in which the document is paginated and any boldfaced, italicized or underlined writing in the document.
(2) The Oregon State Bar may request that an agency provide the Oregon State Bar, or its designee, with electronic copies of final orders issued by the agency in contested cases. The request must be in writing. No later than 30 days after receiving the request, the agency, subject to ORS 192.338 (Exempt and nonexempt public record to be separated), 192.345 (Public records conditionally exempt from disclosure) and 192.355 (Public records exempt from disclosure), shall provide the Oregon State Bar, or its designee, with an electronic copy of all final orders identified in the request.
(3) Notwithstanding ORS 192.324 (Copies or inspection of public records), an agency may not charge a fee for the first two requests submitted under this section in a calendar year. For any subsequent request, an agency may impose a fee in accordance with ORS 192.324 (Copies or inspection of public records) to reimburse the agency for the actual costs of complying with the request.
(4) For purposes of this section, a final order entered in a contested case by an administrative law judge under ORS 183.625 (Assignment of administrative law judges) (3) is a final order issued by the agency that authorized the administrative law judge to conduct the hearing.
(5) This section does not apply to final orders by default issued under ORS 183.417 (Procedure in contested case hearing) (3) or to final orders issued in contested cases by:
(a) The Department of Revenue;
(b) The State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision;
(c) The Department of Corrections;
(d) The Employment Relations Board;
(e) The Public Utility Commission of Oregon;
(f) The Oregon Health Authority;
(g) The Land Conservation and Development Commission;
(h) The Land Use Board of Appeals;
(i) The Division of Child Support of the Department of Justice;
(j) The Department of Transportation, if the final order relates to the suspension, revocation or cancellation of identification cards, vehicle registrations, vehicle titles or driving privileges or to the assessment of taxes or stipulated settlements in the regulation of vehicle related businesses;
(k) The Employment Department or the Employment Appeals Board, if the final order relates to benefits as defined in ORS 657.010 (Definitions);
(L) The Employment Department, if the final order relates to an assessment of unemployment tax for which a hearing was not held; or
(m) The Department of Human Services, if the final order was not related to licensing or certification. [2013 c.156 §2]
Note: 183.471 (Preservation of orders in electronic format) was added to and made a part of ORS chapter 183 by legislative action but was not added to any smaller series therein. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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