Records are “information created, received and maintained as evidence and as an asset by an organisation or person, in pursuit of legal obligations or in the transaction of business”.[1]  In essence, records aren’t just collections of data—they comprise of the content, context, and structure necessary to provide sufficient evidence of a business activity.  As a collection, records are fundamental to our institutional memory and contribute directly to our understanding of UQ in the past, present and into the future.

[1] Standards Australia. 2017. Australian  Standard AS ISO 15489-1-2017, Part 1: Concepts and principles. Sydney: SAI Global Ltd.

Record Management Services (also known as RAMS or Records) is located within Information Technology Services (ITS) and is responsible for the strategic management of The University’s recordkeeping systems, records of enduring value, developing policies and providing advice.


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SI-net has undergone a change to the user interface so the link to the Student e-File has changed too.  Once you've identified a student you can view their read-only student file in two ways.  You can click Impersonate Functions and...

9 April 2018

Queensland State Archives (QSA) have made some changes to existing retention periods in the GRDS due to the introduction of the Industrial Relations Act 2016.  Five classes have been superseded with new disposal authorisation...

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6 February 2018