Watching, watching… always watching

It seems like everyone has a device these days, and we’re always filming or photographing something. It’s the same in business – we have cameras for surveillance, dash-cams in work vehicles, cameras to capture things while out and about, body cameras to record interactions with people. With so much footage and images taken every day... Continue Reading →

Approved system

Business systems are systems that help your agency to achieve their goals. They create or manage data about an organisation’s activities and are designed to support undertaking a specific business process or processes. All agencies use business systems and applications to do their work. Larger agencies might use hundreds of them every day. These systems... Continue Reading →

High-value records

Having trouble identifying your high-value records? Then today’s blog post is for you! Policy Requirement 4 in the Records Governance Policy requires agencies to actively manage permanent, high-value and high-risk records and information as a priority. Today, we’re talking about how to determine which of your records are high-value. There are a number of different... Continue Reading →

News: Consultation opened for Recordkeeping Maturity Assessment Tool

The Recordkeeping Maturity Assessment Tool is part of the Recordkeeping Transformation Program which aims to improve the standard of records and information management across government. Effective records and information management are at the heart of open, accountable and modern government. The Assessment Tool outlines five levels of recordkeeping maturity: undeveloped, developing, acceptable, managed and embedded.... Continue Reading →

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