Utah Government Records Access and Management Act Form

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Government Records Access and Management Act Form



The Utah Government Records Access and Management Act allows all people to obtain public records in Utah. The only information excluded from this is private records about government employees and individual citizens, health records, and records that may result in security issues. This is a template form for requesting public records in Utah in association with the Utah Government Records Access and Management Act.

Name of State Act:

Government Records Access and Management Act

  • Exemptions:

    Private information about individuals and government employees, health records of individuals, records with security stipulations

  • Response Time:

    10 Business Days

  • Restrictions


Frequently Asked Questions about

Utah Government Records Access and Management Act Form

We have curated some of the most commonly asked questions for you.

What is GRAMA?

GRAMA (Government Records Access Management Act) is a law passed by the Utah State legislature to enable public access to government records.

How do I get a GRAMA request filled?

Fill out the GRAMA request form, and submit it. You may also print out the form, fill it out and mail, FAX or email it in.

How long does it take to get the requested information?

Legally, we have up to 10 business days from the day we receive the request to respond. If it takes longer than that for us to prepare the requested information, we will notify you within those 10 business days.

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