Recordkeeping A-Z

Many NSW public offices have accumulated large amounts of data in legacy systems. The purpose of this guidance is to draw together advice and procedures to allow public offices to identify legacy...

The purpose of this policy is to establish a set of principles underpinning the New South Wales Government's approach to the preservation of digital records.

Digital State records must be...

Digitisation refers to the conversion of non-digital material to digital form. There are many reasons why your organisation may consider converting existing analogue recordings to digital. If your...

Disasters do occur and they often affect records and recordkeeping systems. This page is designed to provide quick and easy access to information you might need if you are dealing with a disaster...

These procedures assist organisations in developing retention and disposal authorities. Retention and disposal authorities are essential records management tools for an organisation and are...

'Distributed management' of State archives is an alternative to the standard option of transferring records to State Records' custody. Under the distributed management model, State records still...

Frequently Asked Questions about the Digital Archive: the repository for digital records of NSW Government that are required as State Archives. 

With the transitions that are occurring in business environments, many problems can impact on information trustworthiness, accessibility and maintenance.

This advice examines some of these...

This advice identifies some of the considerations associated with outsourcing the digitisation of audio or video.