Categories of Public Records - CSC

Types of information that can be requested from the Civil Service Commission

General categories of public records in the possession of CSC include the following:

  • Final opinions, decisions, orders or votes from Civil Service Commission proceedings since 2006
  • Civil Service Commission Weekly Hearing Docket Sheets since 2006
  • Civil Service Commission Annual Reports / Commission Statistics since 2006
  • Civil Service Commission Rules, Regulations, Laws

The public records required to be posted on our website are as follows:

  • Final opinions, decisions, orders or votes from Civil Service Commission proceedings since 2006
  • Civil Service Commission Weekly Hearing Docket Sheets since 2006
  • Civil Service Commission Annual Reports / Commission Statistics since 2006
  • 801 CMR 1.00
  • Adoption of Standard Adjudicatory Rules of Practice & Procedure
  • Bypass Appeal Statute of Limitations
  • Information Regarding Subpoenas
  • Commission Policy Re: Email Notification Only
  • Clarification of Commission Policies
  • Clarification Regarding Appeal Rights
  • MGL c.7 s.4I
  • MGL c. 31

When requesting public records, please provide a reasonable description of the records sought and a preferred format, if any, for receiving public records that are available in electronic form. Please understand that a request to search employee emails will generally require more time to complete and may require us to charge fees. It is often helpful to specify a time period and particular search terms, so that the search does not yield unmanageable results.

All requests will be processed in accordance with the public records law and regulations at M.G.L. c. 66, § 1 et seq. (as most recently amended by An Act to Improve Public Records, St. 2016, c. 121) and 950 C.M.R. 32.00. The procedure for appealing a public records response to the Supervisor of Public Records is set forth at 950 C.M.R. 32.08, available at http://www.mass.gov/courts/case-legal-res/law-lib/laws-by-source/cmr/.

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