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Official Status

(Notes)

No No Yes Yes No No
Ind. Code § 4-22-8-2 Ind. Code § 4-22-8-5

Authentication

(Notes)

No No No Yes No No
The IAC has a link to a Certificate of Authenticity issued by the Legislative Services Agency, but Indiana does not yet make use of digital authentication, encryption, or other methods of securing the contents.

Online Preservation

(Notes)

No No No No No No
Archived from 2000 but not preserved for use with future technologies. Archived from 2009 but not preserved for use with future technologies. Archived from October 2000 but not preserved for use with future technologies. Archived from 2003 but not preserved for use with future technologies. Archived from 1999 but not preserved for use with future technologies. Archived from 1999 but not preserved for use with future technologies.

Permanent Public Access

(Notes)

No No Yes Yes No No
Current practice has it available back through 2000. Current practice has it available back through 2009. Ind. Code § 4-22-8-2
According to statutory language, the state has been “permanently publishing” the Indiana Register (IR) “on the Internet” since 2006.
Ind. Code § 4-22-8-5
According to statutory language, the state has been “permanently publishing” the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) “on the Internet” since 2006. Policy further states that it is now being archived every year.
Current practice has opinions available back to 1999. Current practice has opinions available back to 1999.

Copyright Claimed

(Notes)

No No No No No No
Except that Indiana Legislative Services Agency claims copyright for the “section headnotes” (label/title given to each section) in the print version from 2002 forward, and that should carry over to the online version. With the following exception: Thomson Reuters/West has copyright claim on the section headings, “authority” and “affected” lines prior to 2002.
UELMA Adopted Yes
Universal Citation Adopted No, with the exception of the Indiana Code (IC) (see Ind. Code § 1-1-1-1). In addition, The User’s Guide to the –IR–Database, published by the Legislative Services Agency provides instructions regarding citation to the Indiana Administrative Code and notes that the “Indiana Supreme Court is considering whether any changes are necessary with respect to the Court's rules for citing documents posted on the -IR- Database Website.”


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Updated as of 6/1/2017