Open Government

An open and transparent government is essential to the democratic process. Attorney General Derek Schmidt is dedicated to making the Kansas government more accessible to the public.

Under Kansas law, citizens have the right to access public records and observe many meetings where decisions are made that affect our state.

The Kansas Open Records Act (KORA) and the Kansas Open Meetings Act (KOMA) dictate what meetings and records are open to the public.

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DRAFT KORA Fees Guidance Document

Temporary Regulations

Upcoming Training

Complaint Reports

Note: Prior to the FY 2017 Report, the report for complaints received by the Office of the Attorney General and the report for complaints received by County and District Attorneys were posted separately. Beginning with the FY 2017 Report, these were combined.

FileTypeSizeLast UpdatedDownload
2017 (FY) KOMA-KORA ReportPDF460.60 KB13 Aug, 2018 Download
2016 (FY) County KOMA-KORA ReportPDF129.41 KB03 Jul, 2017 Download
2016 (FY) AG KOMA-KORA ReportPDF259.58 KB03 Jul, 2017 Download
2015 (FY) County KOMA-KORA ReportPDF110.04 KB27 Oct, 2016 Download
2015 (FY) AG KOMA-KORA ReportPDF193.85 KB27 Oct, 2016 Download


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Topeka, KS 66612-1597
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Open Government