‘They’re all just committees right?’

When thinking about committees, you might imagine a group of men in suits like our dapper gents above. However, committees are not always how we imagine. Broadly speaking, committees are established to consider specific matters, advise on issues and make decisions on behalf of the wider group or agency. When you look at it this... Continue Reading →

Annual records round-up – sentencing

When you’re mustering your records at the end of the year – there are a few things you need to know about sentencing. Finding and using a schedule Most of the current authorised retention and disposal schedules can be found using our special retention and disposal schedule search. You can search by QDAN number, schedule... Continue Reading →

Come to the diary room

Normally when you get called to the diary room on Big Brother, you have to reveal some secret or grievance about another house mate. But what takes place and how you go about undertaking surveillance and monitoring isn’t always like that! In this blog we wanted to let you know about the surveillance record classes... Continue Reading →

Information is power

Wonder if back in 1965 the information being typed in this room was powering the massive computers sitting in the basement! Since the release of the draft General retention and disposal schedule (GRDS) for consultation, we’ve made changes to some of the record classes in Information Management, particularly the technology-related ones. So for all those... Continue Reading →

By popular demand, GRDS infographics

As requested by popular demand, below are some visuals providing an overview of changes to the GRDS.  Please note these Infographics are a guide ONLY. For full details of changes to the GRDS from version 7 to the current 1st September 2016 version, please see the appraisal log, the full summary of changes and other... Continue Reading →

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