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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 52, STATE GOVERNMENT, DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICERS
Section: 52:14B-31: Information required to be posted on State agency website.
2. a. Notwithstanding any law, rule, or regulation to the contrary, each State agency shall post, in a visible and publicly-accessible location on the agency's Internet website:
(1) the complete and current text of each State law under which the agency is granted its authority, and the complete and current text of each rule or regulation that has been adopted by the agency, or that is proposed for, or is pending, agency adoption; or
(2) one or more URL addresses, which provide visitors to the agency's website with a direct link to the complete and current text of the documents listed in paragraph (1) of this subsection.
b. (1) An agency shall make regular and timely updates to the full text documents and URL addresses posted on its Internet website pursuant to subsection a. of this section, and shall take any other reasonable action necessary to ensure that the posted documents and URL addresses accurately reflect, or are directly linked to, as the case may be, the most recent version of the associated law, rule, or regulation, including any amendments or supplements thereto, or repeals thereof. The agency shall indicate on its Internet website, the frequency with which updates are made pursuant to this paragraph.
(2) An agency that posts one or more URL addresses on its Internet website pursuant to subsection a. of this section shall additionally: (a) verify, on a regular basis, the functionality of each URL address; and (b) provide a means by which website visitors can notify the agency, through e-mail communication, and through any other reasonable means, of any nonfunctional URL address.
L. 2013, c.259, s.2.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2014-03-06 15:22:19.
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