Conducting an assessment of your recordkeeping

A little while ago QSA released the Recordkeeping maturity assessment tool (RMAT). Agencies can use the Tool to: self-assess their recordkeeping maturity support their planning to improve recordkeeping maturity. Today’s blog post is about how you can use the RMAT to do both. Assessing your recordkeeping maturity You can use the RMAT as part of... Continue Reading →

Where on the scale do you lie?

With the release of our new self-evaluation tool to help agencies assess their recordkeeping maturity, we’d thought we’d take a moment to talk a little about how it worked. We made the Tool for a few reasons. We wanted to: Provide more guidance on what constituted recordkeeping maturity in light of the Records governance policy... Continue Reading →

News: Release of the Recordkeeping Maturity Assessment Tool

Queensland State Archives is pleased to announce the release of the Recordkeeping Maturity Assessment Tool. The Tool is the second part of the Recordkeeping Transformation Program which aims to improve the standard of records and information management across government agencies.  Like the Records Governance Policy (the Policy), it is part of the Queensland Government Enterprise... 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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