OAR 705-001-0010
Establishing Fees for Public Records


The Oregon Education Investment Board may charge a fee of 25 cents per page for supplying copies of public records on request.


The Board may charge an additional fee reasonably calculated to provide reimbursement for actual costs incurred in summarizing, compiling, or tailoring the public records to make them available for inspection, and for costs of conveying such records to the requester. Employee time required for such purposes shall be billed at a rate not to exceed cost of employee time to the Board. The Board may include the cost for time spent by an attorney for the Board in reviewing the public records, redacting material from the public records or segregating the public records into exempt and nonexempt records.


No additional fee will be charged for providing records in an alternative format to individuals with vision or hearing impairments when required by the Americans with Disabilities Act.


The Chief Education Officer or designee, or, in the event of a vacancy in the Chief Education Officer position, a person designated by the chair of the Board, may reduce or waive fees when:


The time spent making the records available was negligible;


Supplying the requested records is within the normal scope of Board activity; or,


Supplying the public records is in the public interest because making the record available primarily benefits the general public.

Source: Rule 705-001-0010 — Establishing Fees for Public Records, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=705-001-0010.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 705-001-0010’s source at or​.us