Agencies are required to file their publications with the Commission of Public Records – State Records Center and Archives so that agency publications can be maintained permanently in the state archives. Agencies are also required to file publications with the State Library. To reduce duplication in the filing obligation for state agencies, the State Records Center and Archives and the State Library entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to make the State Library the single point of filing. The State Library transmits the archival copy to the State Records Center and Archives.
County Subdivision Regulations
Prior to the passage of HB 216, all counties had to file their subdivision regulations with the Commission of Public Records – State Records Center and Archives. The Administrative Law Division maintains a database of historic subdivision regulations that have been filed up to 2019. To view this historic list of subdivision regulations, click here. [Subdivision Regulations List]
Interstate compacts must be filed with the Commission of Public Records – State Records Center and Archives by each agency and political subdivisions entering into or administering such compacts. The Administrative Law Division maintains a database of Interstate compacts that have been filed. To view a list of interstate compacts click here. [Interstate Compacts List]