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(a) The commission, by April 1, 2012, shall implement and maintain each of the following:
(1) A system for electronic filing of all statements, reports, registrations, and notices required by this chapter.
(2) An electronic database accessible to the public through an Internet website which provides at least the following capabilities:
a. Search and retrieval of all statements, reports, and other filings required by this chapter, excluding complaints made confidential by Section 36-25-4(b), by the name of the public official or public employee to which they pertain.
b. Generation of an aggregate list of all things of value provided to each public official or public employee and family member of a public official or public employee as reported pursuant to Section 36-25-19, searchable and retrievable by the name of the public official or public employee.
(b) Notwithstanding subsection (a), the commission shall exclude from any electronic database accessible to the public, identifying information, as defined in Section 41-13-7, that is included in any statement of economic interest filed by any public official or public employee.
(c) The commission shall redact all identifying information on any electronic database accessible to the public, as defined in Section 41-13-7, that is included in any statement of economic interest filed by a public official or public employee and was in the database on August 1, 2013.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 36. Public Officers and Employees § 36-25-4.3 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-36-public-officers-and-employees/al-code-sect-36-25-4-3.html
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