Manage specific record types and activities

 

1. Backups of your records

Find out how to manage  back-ups of records, systems and applications.

2. Building information modelling (BIM) records

Find out what Building Information Modelling records are public records, how to manage them and how long to keep them.

3. Cloud based storage and services

Understand the risks and recordkeeping requirements when using cloud storage and services.

4. Commissions of inquiry

Find out the recordkeeping requirements that apply to commissions of inquiry.

5. Digital images, audio and video records

Understand the recordkeeping requirements for capturing and managing digital images, audio and video.

6. Digitise physical records

Understand the requirements and recommended specifications when digitising physical records.

7. Digital signatures

Find out about the recordkeeping requirements when implementing digital signatures and approval processes.

8. Emails and email accounts

Find out what emails you need to capture and how, and how to manage emails as records.

9. Grants and grant funding records

Find out what grant funding records to keep, how to manage them and how long to keep them.

10. High value, high risk and vital records

Identify your agency's high-risk, high-value and vital records, and how to manage them.

11. Legacy records

Find out how to manage and sentence legacy records of an old function or inherited from another agency.

12. Lobbyist records

Find out what records you need to capture about contact with lobbyists and how long to keep those records.

13. Local government records

Find out how to capture and manage records of local governments, such as diaries of mayors and election records.

14. Meetings, conversations and messages

Find out which records of meetings and conversations to capture and how best to manage them.

15. Mobile and smart devices

Find out how to capture, manage and dispose of records on mobile and smart devices.

16. Public records in private accounts

Understand your recordkeeping responsibilities if using private or personal accounts or apps for work purposes.

17. Records required for legal proceedings and RTI requests

Find out how to manage records required for legal proceedings, right to information requests and information privacy requests.

18. Outsourcing arrangements, third party and shared service providers

Find out about th recordkeeping requirements when entering into an agreement with a third-party, external or shared service provider.

19. Surveillance and monitoring records

Learn how to capture, manage and dispose of surveillance and monitoring records.

20. Social media records

Understand the recordkeeping requirements for capturing and managing social media content.

21. Transitory and short-term records

Find out how to manage and document the destruction of some transitory and short-term value records, such as credit card data, drafts and copies, and CCTV footage.

22. Web content, websites and online resources

Understand the recordkeeping requirements for capturing, managing and disposing of websites, web content and other online resources.