NOTE: Utah Code Section 63G-2-206(1)(2)(3) states that a governmental entity may provide a record that is private, controlled, or protected to another governmental entity, a government-managed corporation, a political subdivision, the federal government, or another state. Further details are defined.
NOTE: Utah Code Section 63G-2-206(4) says that before disclosing a record or record series to another governmental entity, another state, the United States, a foreign government... the originating governmental entity shall:
- inform the recipient of the record's classification and the accompanying restrictions on access; and
- if the recipient is not a governmental entity to which the Government Records Access and Management Act applies, obtain the recipient's written agreement that it will abide by specified access restrictions unless a statute, federal regulation, or interstate agreement otherwise governs the sharing of the record or record series.
Also, Utah code section 63G-2-206(6) states that an entity receiving a record is subject to the same restrictions on disclosure of the record as the originating entity.