Posts Tagged ‘recordkeeping’

Q&A with Elizabeth Tydd on your Right to Know #RTK2017 September 28, 2017 No Comments

Today is Right to Know Day and State Archives and Records NSW is proud to be a Right to Know 2017 Champion! To celebrate Right to Know Week 2017 we interviewed Elizabeth Tydd to discuss this year’s theme: ‘Right to Information: Open and accountable government and the media’s role.’ Ms Tydd is the NSW Information Commissioner and […]

We support your Right to Know! September 28, 2016 No Comments

Today is Right to Know day and State Records NSW is proud to be a Right to Know 2016 Champion! One of the themes this year is Open Government in Action. Open government increases accountability and promotes citizen input to government service delivery and policy development.

Consultation on draft records management standard August 14, 2014 No Comments

I’ve previously blogged about the review of standards at State Records NSW which is happening this year. We have reviewed five of the records management standards currently in place for the NSW public sector and now propose to approve a new standard under the State Records Act 1998.  We are seeking your comments on the […]

Happy 5th birthday Future Proof! Birthday wish: info management is business critical and complex so it needs strategic vision July 10, 2013 2 Comments

  Future Proof’s very first post, New IAMS contract can save you money, was published five years ago today. Happy birthday Future Proof! Looking back, the overarching themes that emerge through Future Proof’s 164 posts are that: information management is a business-critical task information management is an incredibly complex task effective information management needs coordination […]

Sharing ideas to solve one of life’s great mysteries: how to successfully implement an EDRMS April 4, 2013 1 Comment

This week the members of the EDRMS Implementers Discussion Group met for the first time to talk about their organisations’ experiences in implementing systems to support digital recordkeeping. This is a new group facilitated by State Records to promote the sharing and re-use of ideas, tools and approaches for implementing EDRMS (electronic document and records […]

Research data requires good recordkeeping: Lessons from the Sydney Diet Heart Study and #IDCC13 February 14, 2013 No Comments

Scientific data, research data, data retention, big data – just recently it seems like everyone is talking about data of one sort or another. Last week CBC News reported a fascinating tale of lost and inaccessible data: ‘The case of the missing data’. In it, a US scientist looking into heart disease tracked down some […]

Guidance on the recordkeeping capabilities of SharePoint 2010 – exposure draft now available! July 19, 2012 No Comments

As foreshadowed in , State Records has released an exposure draft of our guidance on the recordkeeping capabilities of SharePoint 2010. SharePoint 2010: recordkeeping considerations is available from the State Records website where you can also find information about how to provide comments. The deadline for comments is Friday 26 October 2012. While developing this […]

Our manifesto for good recordkeeping and key ways to achieve it! July 4, 2012 2 Comments

Kate and I spoke at the NSW Records Managers’ Forum yesterday. We had a lot of interest in our blog post for International Archives Day, Our Our top 5 – Why recordkeeping is awesome!  So, for the Forum, we chose to expand on this theme, and develop a bit of a ‘manifesto’ for good recordkeeping and to […]

Our top 5 – Why recordkeeping is awesome! June 8, 2012 No Comments

June 9 is International Archives Day and together with our blog sisters at Archives Outside, Future Proof is celebrating! Go and check out Archives Outside’s Archives are Awesome post while here at Future Proof we are celebrating all things recordkeeping. Here are our top 5 reasons why we think recordkeeping is awesome. Number 1: Good […]

Our top 10 tips for a great EDRMS implementation May 14, 2012 2 Comments

We are currently reviewing our Future Proof blog to improve its structure and navigation and have discovered that, since its inception in 2008, the most commonly searched for terms is ‘EDRMS.’ We have been advising agencies for a number of years about EDRMS and implementation projects. We have published some information about EDRMS on the […]