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Securing Every Relevant and Vital Electronic Record Act of 2015
To prohibit the Secretary of an executive department from maintaining a private email server for conducting official Government business.
Securing Every Relevant and Vital Electronic Record Act of 2015 or the SERVER Act
This bill prohibits the Secretary of a cabinet-level executive department from maintaining a private email server to conduct official government business. The Inspector General of each such department shall ensure compliance with such prohibition. A Secretary who violates such prohibition is subject to a fine and/or prison term and shall forfeit his or her office and be disqualified from holding any U.S. government office.