News: Recordkeeping training is here

Today, we have released our Recordkeeping and You Awareness Training. The Recordkeeping and You Awareness Training is part of the Recordkeeping Transformation Program, which aims to improve the standard of records and information management across government. It is everyone’s responsibility to make and keep records of their business activities. This interactive training is designed to... Continue Reading →

News: The new Records Governance Policy

On 29 June 2018, the State Archivist released the Records Governance Policy. The policy replaces the following Information Standards: Information Standard 31: Retention and disposal of public records Information Standard 40: Recordkeeping This policy applies to all public authorities in Queensland. It contains six policy requirements focused on enabling public authorities to develop and implement... Continue Reading →

News: Child protection is everyone’s responsibility – disposal freeze for records that may become relevant to an allegation of child sexual abuse

As of 1 June 2018, Queensland State Archives has issued a disposal freeze on records that are relevant to, or may become relevant to, an allegation of child sexual abuse. Any records covered by this disposal freeze in an authorised retention and disposal schedule must not be destroyed until this disposal freeze is revoked. This... Continue Reading →

News: Have your say on government Recordkeeping Policy

Queensland State Archives has opened formal consultation on the draft Recordkeeping Policy. The Recordkeeping Policy will replace Information Standard 31: Retention and disposal of public records and Information Standard 40: Recordkeeping. What do you need to know about the policy? It states the minimum recordkeeping requirements that agencies will need to meet. Its purpose is... Continue Reading →

Yes, this is the right blog…

It's a new year and we've given our blog a makeover! Along with a new look, you'll notice there are also some new features. So what's different and why did we do this? We wanted to make it easier for you to do more things on our blog. Things like find all posts we've ever... Continue Reading →

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