Placerville, CA – In January, the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors approved an agreement with
WebQA, Inc. for the implementation of an online California Public Records Act (CPRA) system for
tracking requests for public records. The system will launch to the public on May 23, 2016.
"El Dorado County is the first county in California to implement the WebQA public access system for
submission and tracking of CPRA requests," said Jim Mitrisin, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
Each CPRA submitted to the county via the online public portal or by traditional means (e.g. regular
mail, email, in-person) will be logged and tracked in the new system. The system serves as a central
resource with a robust reporting feature that will assist county staff and the Board in their continuing
effort to improve services.
The new system will be accessible May 23, 2016 via the county internet home page
at www.edcgov.us under the "Online Services" heading.
For questions on the new system, contact Jim Mitrisin, Clerk of the Board at 530-621-5592 or via
email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.