Moore County Transfer: Court Records

Although we here at the State Archives are facilitating records transfers all day, every day, it’s particularly noteworthy when the holdings for a state or local agency are more than doubled (in this case, octupled!) by a transfer. We’re pleased to announce that this month, Moore County has transferred 217 cubic feet of valuable court,…

Travel Request and Reimbursement Forms

They’re everywhere: from boxes of conference records scheduled to come to the Archives, to county financial offices, to old file rooms in towns, to our own desks.  Appropriate to their name, travel request forms and travel reimbursement forms can travel quite a bit.  And like other records that show up in multiple places, they can be tricky to manage efficiently.…

Sending State Agency Records to the Archives

Under G.S. 121-5(d), public records certified by the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources as being of permanent value shall be preserved in the custody of the agency in which the records are normally kept or in the State Archives. For state agencies, this means that a specific records series that a records analyst and…

Draft Schedule: Information Technology

This draft is no longer current.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 Information Technology 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: Infrastructure Management

This draft is no longer current.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 Infrastructure Management 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: Agency Management

This draft is no longer current.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 Agency Management 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: Governance

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 Governance 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…

Draft Schedule: Asset Management

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 Asset Management 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: Economic Development

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 Economic Development 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: Healthcare

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 Healthcare 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…