Public office decisions to restrict access to information and records that have been in existence for 25 years or that are about to be transferred to the control of the Chief Archivist must be made in consultation with the Chief Archivist and formally submitted to Archives New Zealand as an Access Authority.
The Information and records management standard requires a designated Executive Sponsor. That person must have organisation-wide influence and appropriate strategic and managerial skills.
The Chief Archivist and the administrative head of a public office may agree to defer or postpone the transfer to Archvies New Zealand of public information and records under section 22(b) of the Public Records Act 2005.
The strategy is the key document of your information and records management governance framework.
The Information and records management standard requires a designated Executive Sponsor.
The Transfer agreement form enables documentation of the formal transfer of public information and records from a public office to the control of the Chief Archivist in accordance with the Public Records Act 2005.