Last updated:

March 31, 2023

What is the Records Management Network?

The Records Management Network (RMN) was established to provide a forum for knowledge exchange and discussion on issues affecting records management in the Victorian public sector. Its members principally consist of those responsible for records management and archives in public bodies in Victoria. Key objectives of the network are to:

  • provide advice to members on compliance requirements arising from changes to legislation and PROV recordkeeping standards
  • provide advice to members on the development and use of information technology applications to enable good records management practices
  • provide the opportunity for training and skill sharing of members.

Typically, PROV hosts the major network event annually, as well as hosting smaller workshops and forums throughout the year as opportunities arise.


Watch the March 2023 RMN below and view presentations here


28 March 2023 program:

Justine Heazlewood - Director, PROV - Welcome

John O'Driscoll, Department of Justice and Community Safety - Cyber Threat briefing

Sandra Pickett, Victoria Police - Victoria Police Information Management Strategy

Jane McKinna & Noela Bajjali, Development Victoria - Using Training to Build a Records Culture

Susannah Tindall, Monash University - Podcasts as recordkeeping instructional tools

Justine Heazlewood, Director, PROV - Close



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Past presentations from Records Management Network forums

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