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Public Information Specialist

The Public Information Specialist oversees public affairs and media relations for the Idaho Department of Insurance and keeps the public informed of the latest news. Reporters interested in information about the DOI or scheduling interviews should email Steve Lombard.

Public Meetings:

  • None scheduled at this time

Speakers Bureau

The Department has knowledgeable specialists who may be able to speak to your group or meeting on a variety of topics. To request a speaker, complete and submit the electronic form.

Email Subscription Service

The Department provides a free email subscription service. Sign up to receive notifications of DOI actions, news, bulletins, annual reports, and other updates. Email subscription service

Public Records

The Idaho Public Records Law Manual by the Idaho Legislature states that “all records maintained by state and local government entities be available for public access and copying.” At the same time, the Legislature recognizes the need to balance the policy of openness against the equally important need for privacy of certain information provided by citizens and businesses that is necessary for the government's business. This balance is contained in Idaho Code §§74-101 to 74-126, which states that "all public records in Idaho are open at all reasonable times for inspection except as otherwise expressly provided by statute.

To search the public insurance company forms and rate filings electronically, please utilize SERFF Filing Access. Any other formal public records requests should be submitted in writing either by mail, email, or fax using this document: Records Request Form.

The normal response time is within three working days from the time the request is received. If the request cannot be filled within three working days, the Department will extend it to ten working days from date of receipt. The requester will be notified if this is the case.

If the public records request requires more than two hours of labor or more than 100 pages to be printed, the Department may request pre-payment of costs before the request is completed. Costs are based on the work involved.

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