Announcing: Managing Public Records for Local Governments

The State Archives of North Carolina, Government Records Section is pleased to announce the Spring 2017 schedule for our workshop on Managing Public Records for Local Government This workshop will cover records custodians’ legal responsibilities, key principles of records management, using a records retention and disposition schedule, managing electronic records, and e-mail as a public record. …

Draft Schedule: Human Resources

This draft is no longer current.  Please see https://ncrecords.wordpress.com/2017/09/18/final-drafts-of-functional-schedules/ for the latest version. The draft schedule for the Human Resources function has been vetted by a group of expert stakeholders and has been reviewed by staff at the State Archives of North Carolina.  Now we want to provide an opportunity for a broader audience of state…

Draft Schedule: Education

This draft is no longer current.  Please see https://ncrecords.wordpress.com/2017/09/18/final-drafts-of-functional-schedules/ for the latest version. The draft schedule for the Education function has been vetted by a group of expert stakeholders and has been reviewed by staff at the State Archives of North Carolina.  Now we want to provide an opportunity for a broader audience of state government…

Digitization and Destruction of Non-permanent Paper Records

A local government that wants to scan and then destroy non-permanent paper records, thus converting paper records to electronic records, can do so only with permission of the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources’ Government Records Section. (Permanent records may be scanned, but are retained always in the original paper format.) For permission,…