The Information and records management standard establishes how to manage information and records systematically. It sets out the minimum level of compliance that organisations must meet.
The Public Records Act 2005 establishes a regulatory framework for information and records management across the public sector in New Zealand.
Monitoring the management of information and records in organisations is a shared responsibility of Archives New Zealand and those organisations.
Information is at the core of business, and is a critical organisational asset.
The Implementation guide is designed to help your organisation understand and apply the requirements of the standard.
The statements and questions are a starting point to assist an organisation to assess their current information and records management capability.
The Information and records management standard, released in July 2016, is designed to assist organisations to meet their obligations under the Public Records Act 2005 (the Act). It establishes principles for efficient and systematic information and records management, and the minimum compliance requirements.
An information and records management policy is a statement of intent to manage corporate information appropriately.
The strategy is the key document of your information and records management governance framework.
The Public Records Act 2005 (the Act) establishes a regulatory framework for information management across the public sector in New Zealand.
Monitoring ensures that information and records are managed according to best practice, and in efficient and effective ways that meet the business needs of the organisation and the requirements of government.
At Archives New Zealand, a big focus over the past year has been on developing a new Framework for monitoring the performance of organisations covered by the Public Records Act 2005.