PROV is developing policy to determine recordkeeping implications of new technologies or legislation, providing direction for Victorian government agencies on best practice records management.
Each policy developed is first circulated as an Issues Paper to provide an opportunity for stakeholder input and to show an indication of the direction and recommendations PROV are proposing. After the consultation period is completed, a formal Policy document is drafted and issued.
Policies may impact on other products issued by PROV, including the Recordkeeping Standards. Where this may occur, the Issues Papers will identify the products concerned and the likely changes.
The Mobile Technologies for Recordkeeping Issues Paper is now available for public comment from the below link:
Archiving and Back Up
The Recordkeeping Policy: Use of Back Up Technology to Archive has been issued and is available for download. The policy is based on the issues paper on Use of Back Up Technology to Archive which is also available for download.
|Archiving and Back Up Policy|
The Recordkeeping Policy: Social Media has been issued and is available for download. The Policy was based on the issues paper on Recordkeeping Implications for Social Media, which is also available for download.
The Recordkeeping Policy: Recordkeeping Implications of Cloud Computing and two supporting Guidelines have been issued are are available for download. The Policy and Guidelines were based on the issues paper on Recordkeeping Implications for Cloud Computing, which is also available for download.
Environmental Impacts of Digital Records
Research is currently underway for an issues paper on the environmental impacts of digital records.