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How to manage your information
Guidance for public offices and local authorities on how to manage information and records under the Public Records Act.
This includes key obligations, planning and strategy, and day-to-day implementation of information management processes.
Key obligations for public sector organisations under the Public Records Act and the mandatory Information and records management standard
Guidance on the planning, strategy and governance of public sector information management, including key roles, capability building and training
- Information and records management strategy
- Information and records management policy development
- Information and records management capability
- Education and training providers
- Executive sponsor - Roles and responsibilities
- Information assets
- Effective information and records management
- Integrated information and records systems
- How to develop an OIA information search policy
The day-to-day implementation of your organisation's information management strategy and plans, with practical guidance on specific processes and requirements
Learn about the appraisal process, principles and benefits, and how to identify high value high risk records
Learn about disposal for public sector organisations, including getting disposal authorities and carrying out disposal decisions through transfer or destruction
Transfer to Archives NZ is one way public sector organisations dispose of records. Get guidance on the process, both for physical and digital records
Resources on digital processes, practices and tools for public sector information managers
Last updated on 06 May 2021
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