Information sheets are developed by the State Records Office as a quick guide for organisations on a particular recordkeeping topic. Information sheets are downloadable in PDF format.
- Annual Reporting Requirements - covers the preparation of annual report statements as required under SRC Standard 2, Principle 6.
- Business Information Systems - covers the use of a Business Information System.
- Day Batching of State Records - covers the practice of Day Batching.
- Destruction of Temporary Records - covers procedures for destroying temporary records that have reached their minimum retention period.
- Document Naming Conventions - covers best practice naming conventions.
- Email Records - advice to identify those email messages, created or received by an organization, which are State records.
- Information Management Using SharePoint - covers the use of SharePoint as an Information Management System.
- Local Government Elected Members’ Records – advice to assist Local Government Elected Members with identifying which records should be captured as the business of local government.
- Local Government - Management of Medical Practice Records - for local governments responsible for operating Medical Practices.
- Management of Information Following Administrative Change - covers the management of records during administrative change events.
- Recordkeeping Responsibilities and You - covers government employees' recordkeeping responsibilities.
- Records in Outsourced Arrangements - provides guidance on issues when entering into a third-party provider arrangement
- Retention Batching of State Records - covers the practice of Retention Batching.
- Social Media Content as Government Records - covers the management of social media content.
- Student Guild Elected Members' Records - covers University Student Guild Elected Members' recordkeeping responsibilities.
- Version Control - covers the use of version control on documents
- Vital Records - covers the identification and protection of records that are essential to the business of an organization.
Last updated 24 October 2019