What is the Public Records Commission?

The Public Records Commission was created by statute to determine and order the proper disposition of state records. The PRC meets at least twice annually to receive an update report from the Records Management Division and discuss any records projects or outdated policies and procedures. These meetings are open to the public. See TCA §§10-7-301 through 10-7-306.

Members include:

  • Secretary of State
  • Comptroller of the Treasury
  • State Treasurer
  • Director of Legal Services
  • Commissioner of General Services
  • Attorney General
  • Executive Director of Historical Society
  • Chief Justice of Tennessee Supreme Court