Nonpublic Record

Nonpublic Record

A record that a government holds but has not released to the public. Examples include findings from investigations or consumer complaints. In the United States, a Freedom of Information Act request is required to access nonpublic records. Most of the time, FOIA requests must be honored.
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The tool searches both public and nonpublic record services from national and state databases for a summary of the borrower's assets, driver's licenses, professional licenses and real estate property.
Executive (nonpublic) session on labor negotiations, superintendent evaluation and nonpublic records evaluation, followed by regular session for annual organizational items, policy reports.
A company must determine that a vendor has adequate controls to ensure the security and privacy of nonpublic records and data.
Some documents mix public and nonpublic records, Warren says.
Possible executive (nonpublic) session on property, public officer conduct, nonpublic records, legal rights, personnel.
Executive (nonpublic) session to discuss labor negotiations, consider nonpublic records, consult with attorney regarding current or likely litigation, followed by regular public meeting.
Set 2004-05 goals, budget calendar, followed by executive (nonpublic) session to discuss nonpublic records.