That's Assistant Attorney General Tim Ford, our Open Government Ombudsman. On Wednesday, Oct. 13, he'll be at Washington Coalition for Open Government's (WCOG) open government forum from 6 p.m.to 8 p.m. at the Kennewick Library. The goal is to engage the public about keeping government records accessible.
Moderated by former State Representative Tim Moak, the panel of expert presenters, including Tim, will mix it up and answer your questions. The panel also includes former State Representative and WCOG President Toby Nixon, State Archivist Jerry Handfield and State Auditor Brian Sonntag.
For more information about WCOG and upcoming events, please visit www.washingtoncog.org.
Posted by Brionna Aho on Fri, 2010-10-08 05:05