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Harmon, Mike - State Auditor Papers

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In Folder: Auditor of Public Accounts



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This series documents state agency activities and functions in a photographic format. Such activities may document the administrative functioning of an agency, its programs and operations. Records in this format (if determined to be archival), often replace or supplement more traditional kinds of recordkeeping, and may be critical to an understanding of the administrative history of an agency. When creating records in this format, agency personnel should properly identify the event being photographed and the participants.

Kentucky. Auditor of Public Accounts

This series represents the official release of information to the media informing the public of agency events and actions. The events or actions may be of special interest to the general public.

Kentucky. Auditor of Public Accounts

This series documents the major activities, organizational functions, history and programs of an agency and the events involving the formulation, evolution, and ultimate announcement of agency policy. Official correspondence is typically created by the upper-level administrative staff of an agency (director or above), or the general counsel. It can be in paper or electronic form.

Kentucky. Auditor of Public Accounts

This series documents the official record of proceedings of meetings. It provides information about the activities of the entity, the actions it took in regard to the issues brought before it, and the decisions rendered. Minutes of meetings constitute adequate and proper documentation of essential agency transactions and organizational functions, as required in KRS 171.640. Boards, commissions, councils, task forces, etc, which were established by statute or executive order, or those entities which establish or administer policy are examples for which minutes should be created.

Kentucky. Auditor of Public Accounts

This series documents the major activities, organizational functions, history and programs of an agency and the events involving the formulation, evolution, and ultimate announcement of agency policy. Official correspondence is typically created by the upper-level administrative staff of an agency (director or above), or the general counsel. It can be in paper or electronic form.

Kentucky. Auditor of Public Accounts

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