The Records Toolkit has been created to ensure that records and information management advice, resources and tools are easier to find and use, by building an online community of practice for records and information management professionals.
Why a Records Toolkit?
Working with social media and need more documentation around your activity?
Are you considering using a cloud computing service for your records or perhaps you already use one?
In our latest update to the Records Toolkit we are proud to present the revised and updated version of the Quick Guide – Public Records Act 2005 (PRA) and Local Government.
Some web browsers are experiencing extreme delays in opening the Intentions to Dispose Comments Form on the Archives New Zealand website.
The latest update to the records toolkit is two forms relating to the transfer of physical records to Archives New Zealand (Archives).
If you use the Archives’ Government Loans service either as a registered client or as a user of loaned records there are changes that you should be aware of.
The Public Records Act 2005 (PRA) sets out the role of the Chief Archivist in providing standards and leadership in ensuring that public offices and local authorities meet their PRA obligations.
The amended GDA7 was posted on Archives New Zealand’s Intentions to Dispose web page last week.
To ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of your recordkeeping systems and processes public offices and local authorities should regularly monitor the management of records.
Read a report below written by Andrea Byrne, Digital Preservation Process Administrator at Archives New Zealand, from her attendance at the 12th International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPres).
The Chief Archivist’s report to the Minister of Internal Affairs on the state of recordkeeping in public offices and the 2014/15 recordkeeping audits was presented to the House of Representatives today.
The ProblemGovernment records are paid for by public funds and managed under the Public Records Act 2005.
Archives New Zealand has now completed the process of assessing feedback on the proposed amendments to the General Disposal Authority 7 (GDA7) and the final document is now available on the records toolkit here and also on Archway as Disposal Authority 576 (DA576).
This is the first in a series of blogs about the Appraisal Process from the Archives New Zealand Disposal and Acquisitions team.
ISO 15489-1:2016 – Part 1 has been updated!
Archives New Zealand is consulting on the draft Records and information management standard and the accompanying implementation guide.
This is the second in a series of blogs about the Appraisal Process from the Archives New Zealand Disposal and Acquisitions team.
The value statement, or evaluation section, of each class is the most important part of the appraisal report. It is essential in providing justification for the disposal actions of your public records.
What do you need to do when drafting your Appraisal Report and Retention and Disposal Schedule?
Intention to Dispose
The whole appraisal process is made much easier when we know what to expect from each other.
As we increasingly work in the digital world there are new areas of work for information and records managers. We need to understand our agency’s capability to participate in these. Archives New Zealand is working towards being able to accept born-digital records and fundamental to this is the ability to...
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