Good records management practice is about the creation, management, protection and ultimate retention or disposal of the records that are generated in the course of everyday business - whether those records are paper or electronic.
For NSW public sector organisations, the State Records Act 1998 establishes certain standards for records management.
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|what records management is all about||Introducing records, recordkeeping and records management
|standards and guidance on records management for NSW public sector organisations||Government Recordkeeping Manual|
|Australian and International standards on records management||Information page about Australian Standard AS ISO 15489-2002, Records Management and AS 4390-1996, Records Management
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|storing and protecting records from harm or deterioration||Recordkeeping in Brief 16: Safe storage
|advice on managing records during administrative change, including amalgamations||Managing records during change|
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|how to promote recordkeeping and the importance of records management in your organisation||Recordkeeping in Brief 32: Promoting better recordkeeping
|obtaining qualifications in records management||Recordkeeping in Brief 1: Education and training opportunities
|recordkeeping professionals and their relationship with ICT professionals||ICT attitudes to records and recordkeeping: survey report|