Assessors: 3 Steps Toward a Happier Taxpayer

As more and more consumers are expecting a quick and easy digital answer, government seems to be lagging behind. This can be seen most in offices handling property assessment. Taxpayers want to be able to quickly access websites and complete tasks, instead of having to come to an office and stand in lines. Even though government […]

Four Proven Ways to Comply with New FOIA Laws

South Carolina, Oregon, and other states are updating Open Records laws to give explicit timelines for responding to and fulfilling public information requests. With more pressure on state legislatures to change Open Records laws, the impact is felt most on those in charge of executing the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Agencies, counties, and […]