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Supporting the Victorian Government with best-practice records management.

Public Record Office Victoria provides the Victorian Government with best practice records management, including advice, standards, policies and disposal authorities. Our Government Services team is tasked with the important role of selecting and transferring the right records into Victoria’s archival collection.

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Mythbusting: New privacy laws do not apply

New privacy laws do not apply to authorised public records in a Place of Deposit The Data and Privacy Protection Act 2014 commenced late last year. Public Record Office Victoria would like to reassure agencies that public records that have been approved for transfer to a Place of Deposit (POD) should not be restricted from […]

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Release of new Intellectual Property Guidelines for the Victorian Public Sector

In March 2015, the Department of Treasury and Finance released the Intellectual Property Guidelines for the Victorian Public Sector (IP Guidelines). These IP Guidelines replace the working draft guidelines released in November 2013 and are designed to assist with implementation of the Whole of Victorian Government Intellectual Property Policy by providing important information on intellectual property (IP) […]

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Stories of WW1 soldier settlers come to life

One of Victoria’s most important military collections is now available to the public for the first time online, as Parliamentary Secretary to the Special Minister of State, Shaun Leane, unveiled an important new website for historical and family research today. Battle to Farm enables the public access to nearly 10,000 government records on the Victorian Soldier Settlement […]

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