PUBLIC files can be accessed here
(No login is required)
PUBLIC and Secure Access to
Coal Program Permit Files
(Login is required - use username ogmguest and password ogmguest)
Secure Access to Files for
Interagency GROUPS via the Apache Web Server.
(Use your Novell Netware username and password.)
Secure Access to the master FILES via the Apache Web Server.
(Use your Novell Netware username and password.)
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SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING DISCLAIMERS:
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on Utah.gov websites is accurate and complete. Due to factors beyond the control
of the State, however, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of
information or errors made in inputting and posting data. The State may make
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available. The State may elect to charge a fee for accessing or using
information from the State's computer system, or may suspend or discontinue
making the information available.
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computer system available for public use, and for any materials, information,
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information on the State's web sites or computer system/s, or for the computer
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warrant that the use of information on the State's system will not infringe or
violate the rights of others. The public is granted access to information on the
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