Recordkeeping A-Z

State Records has developed a set of model access directions for local government records. They are based on the Attorney General's Guidelines for making access directions and were made after...

It is important that NSW public offices identify and address records and information management requirements associated with the outsourcing of Government business functions and activities. Each...

The General retention and disposal authority: administrative records identifies common or general administrative records created and maintained by NSW public offices which are required as...

All Administrative Requirements are available via the Administrative Requirements Portal. This Portal can also be accessed on the websites of the Public Service Commission, the Treasury, Office of...

This authority identifies which records relating to animal cruelty inspectorates in charitable organisations operating under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1979 are required as...

State archives are State records that the State Archives and Records Authority of New South Wales has control of under the State Records Act 1998. In practical terms, these are State...

These guidelines are issued by the Attorney General in accordance with section 52(3) of the State Records Act 1998 . The purpose of the guidelines is to assist public...

This authority provides for the authorised disposal of audio visual programs and recordings created by public offices operating within New South Wales. The authority authorises the disposal...

This authority covers applications for authorisation to exercise law enforcement powers.

Applies to Supreme Court, District Court, Local Courts and Department of Justice and Attorney...

These procedures set out how to make access directions for State records. They are designed to assist individual officers who have responsibility for making access directions. They should be used...

These procedures set out how to make access directions for State records. They are designed to assist individual officers who have responsibility for making access directions. They should be used...