Author: Government recordkeeping
PROV has released the new PROS 23/01 Strategic Management Standard and associated Guideline which can be found on the Standards Framework webpage.
PROS 19/03 Strategic Management Standard has now been revoked.
Thank you to those involved in the Stakeholder Advisory Group and other interested parties for providing feedback on the new Standard and Guideline.
Changes to the Standard
Changes to the Standard are mostly around the wording of Principles and Requirements. Some additional Requirements have been added, with a few of the previous Requirements from PROS 19/03 removed. A high-level overview of changes are as follows:
Accountabilities and responsibilities for managing records in compliance with PROV Standards must be clearly defined.
|Requirement 2.4 and 2.5||Wording changes|
|Requirement 3.1||Wording changes|
Recordkeeping requirements must be included and addressed when the public office is strategically planning and designing its information technology infrastructure (enterprise architecture) and making decisions about system procurement, implementation and decommissioning.
|Requirement 4.1||Wording changes|
|Requirement 4.2||Removed from the new Standard|
Wording changes. Stakeholders requested that "new" be added, as they said people sometimes thought PROV was stating that existing records had to be transformed via digitisation.
New records must be created and managed digitally.
|Requirement 5.2||Wording changes|
|Requirement 6.2||Wording changes|
|Requirement 6.3||Removed from the new Standard|
|Principle 7 and Principle 8, including all Requirements||Wording changes, plus additions of new Requirements|
Material in the Public Record Office Victoria archival collection contains words and descriptions that reflect attitudes and government policies at different times which may be insensitive and upsetting
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples should be aware the collection and website may contain images, voices and names of deceased persons.
PROV provides advice to researchers wishing to access, publish or re-use records about Aboriginal Peoples