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A. The following records are public except to the extent that they contain information expressly permitted to be treated as protected as provided for in Section 8-104 of this Title.

1. Laws;

2. Job titles, job description, business addresses, and business telephone numbers;

3. Final opinions, including concurring and dissenting opinions, and orders that are made by a government entity in an administrative, adjudicative, or judicial proceeding except that if the proceedings were properly closed to the public, the opinion and order may be withheld to the extent that they contain information that is protected.

4. Final interpretations of statutes or rules by a government entity;

5. Information contained in or compiled from a transcript, minutes, or report of the open portions of a meeting, excluding executive sessions, of a government entity;

6. All audio recordings of public meetings or public portions of meetings;

7. All audio recordings or meeting minutes of executive sessions if the executive session was held in violation of the Open Meetings Act as determined by the Osage Nation courts;

8. Judicial records unless a Court orders the record to be restricted under the rules of civil or criminal procedure or unless the records are protected under this chapter;

9. Records filed with or maintained by government entities that evidence incorporations, corporation or business entity names or name changes, and uniform commercial code filings;

10. Documentation of the compensation that a nonbusiness government entity pays or has paid to a contractor or private provider;

11. Data on an individual that would otherwise be protected under this chapter if the individual who is the subject of the record has given the government entity signed and notarized written permission to make the records available to the public;

12. Administrative staff manuals and statements of policy and procedure;

13. Information received in response to an invitation for bids or request for proposals after a contract is awarded if the contract is a nonconstruction contract, except that proprietary information may be redacted;

14. Information received in response to an invitation for bids or request for proposals after bids have been opened and before a contract is completed if the contract is a construction contract, except that proprietary information may be redacted;

15. Records documenting a contractor’s or private provider’s compliance with the terms of a construction contract or original bid requirements of a construction contract with the government entity subject to the time limitations set forth in the Competitive Bidding Act;

16. Records documenting a contractor’s or private provider’s compliance with the terms of a nonconstruction contract or original bid requirements of a nonconstruction contract with the government entity except:

a. Confidential and/or proprietary information in attorney contracts or billing statements;

b. Professional service contracts where descriptions of service contain confidential information, then only the general terms of the contract are public and the protected sections must be segregated.

17. Contracts, excluding personal addresses, social security numbers and employer identification numbers, entered into by a nonbusiness government entity subject to the provisions of this section;

18. Any voucher, contract or account information, except account numbers, that deal with the receipt or expenditure of funds by a nonbusiness government entity;

19. Correspondence by and with a government entity in which the government entity determines or states an opinion upon the rights of the Nation, the public, or any person except that which constitutes an attorney-client privilege with a government entity;

20. Arrest warrants after issuance, except that, for good cause, a court may order restricted access to arrest warrants prior to service;

21. Search warrants after execution and filing of the return, except that, for good cause, a Court may order restricted access to search warrants prior to trial;

22. Bylaws and charters of any Osage Nation governmental entity. ONCA 10-05, eff. Dec. 26, 2009; ONCA 14-62, eff. Apr. 30, 2015.