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How to Contact Massachusetts about Open Format Proposal
Monday, March 28 2005 @ 10:59 PM EST

I have gotten a lot of email from readers, asking me where to send comments about the new Massachusetts Open Format proposal, so I contacted Linda Hamel, who tells me this:

“Please forward comments by April 1, 2005 to Standards@state.ma.us . Your readers are a valuable source of input and we welcome their comments. Their emails will be reviewed by our policy person, primarily Claudia Boldman, and our CIO Peter Quinn for consideration of any potential changes. I will take a look at any legal issues raised.

"Groklaw readers who want to enter into a dialogue with me as ITD’s general counsel can use my email address, Linda.hamel at state.ma.us."

Please be aware that her time is limited, so the first email is the one most of you should use. Let's save the latter for attorneys who wish to contact her. And your time is limited too, as April 1 is the deadline.


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