Last updated:

February 20, 2017

Records required for preservation as State Archives are identified through appraisal. Appraisal is the evaluation of government activities to specify what records should be made and to determine how long records need to be kept to meet the government’s needs, support organisational accountability and meet community expectations. The following presentation provides a summary of the types of records we will preserve as Archives for future discovery, and use, as outlined in the Appraisal Statement for Public Records Required as State Archives policy.

View the presentation below to get a sense of the things they must consider, use the right and left arrow buttons at the bottom to navigate or click on the cog wheel to autoplay.