The Records Management Standard for the New Zealand Public Sector is organised into higher-level guiding principles and lower-level mandatory requirements.
Why a Records Toolkit?
Public sector organisations are more likely to achieve records management outcomes if they manage the creation and maintenance of their records systematically.
A recordkeeping policy is a vital component of any records management programme.
The latest addition to the records toolkit is our list of Information Management Education/Training Providers in New Zealand and Overseas (the list).
Recordkeeping for Business Activities Carried out by Contractors is a best-practice guide for public offices and local authorities for creating and maintaining the records of business activities carried out by contractors.
The Chief Archivist has adopted AS/NZS ISO 13028: 2012, Information and documentation - Implementation guidelines for digitization of records, as a standard under s27 of the Public Records Act 2005.
The Pacific Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives (PARBICA) held its 16th biennial conference (known as PARBICA 16) in association with the Archives and Records Association of New Zealand (ARANZ) at the University of Auckland from 7 – 10 September.
When a transfer of records takes place Archives New Zealand will assist the transferring public office throughout the process.
Hosted on this page is the list of information management education/training providers.
This is the first in a series of blogs about the Appraisal Process from the Archives New Zealand Disposal and Acquisitions team.