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2 edition of Records retention and disposition schedule CO-1, for use by county governments. found in the catalog.

Records retention and disposition schedule CO-1, for use by county governments.

New York State Archives.

Records retention and disposition schedule CO-1, for use by county governments.

by New York State Archives.

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Published by University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., State Archives in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • County government -- New York (State) -- Records and correspondence.,
  • Public records -- New York (State) -- Management.,
  • Discarding of manuscripts, etc. -- New York (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Supersedes all Records retention and disposition schedules previously issued by the State Archives for counties, except Schedule no. 2-CCOL-1 for community colleges.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 90 p. ;
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22200002M

    Records Retention Schedule Help. Retention Schedules tell us how long the law (or administrative policy) says we need to keep the various categories of records and documents we create or receive in Indiana government, and what to do with them after that.. The name we use for those categories is Record s that share the same topic, legal requirements, and retention instructions are. Local Schedule CC - for Records of County Clerks Related: Local Retention Schedules Laws and Rules Contact Us (Revised Third Edition, Effective Ma ) - 13 TAC (a)(3) Download: Word | PDF Table of Contents Introduction Part 1: County Clerk as Clerk to Commissioners Court Section Records of Proceedings Section Financial Records Section Road Records.

    governments. Retention and disposition of records that are common to many offices are included in the General Schedule. Records unique to particular offices are addressed in individual office schedules. August Treasurer Records Retention Schedule See also the General Records Retention Schedule. Using this Records Retention Schedule. RECORDS DISPOSITION SCHEDULE as of 01 / Feb / - T 00 - NO SERIES - DELETED FROZEN RECORD: No have the same disposition as the records they document part(s) of the Air Force documentation of the action implemented No Destroy on expiration of the retention period previously approved for the corresponding hard copy records.

      Records Management Services also maintains Artemis (Records Retention and Disposition Management System). Its purpose is to provide efficiencies across State, County and Municipal agencies in addressing many of the records management functions, processes, and services offered by the division in accordance with the Destruction of Public Records. County / Local Government Retention Schedules. The following listed schedules have been approved by the Oversight Committee on Public Records. Any records not listed on these schedules may be destroyed only with permission of your county commission on public records and the Indiana Archives and Records Administration.. Officials should first reference their office-specific schedule.


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Records retention and disposition schedule CO-1, for use by county governments by New York State Archives. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The new schedule, Retention and Disposition Schedule for New York Local Government Records (LGS-1), supersedes and replaces the CO-2, MU-1, MI-1, and ED-1 Schedules. Local governments must adopt the LGS-1 prior to utilizing it, even if they adopted and have been using the existing schedules, and will have until January 1st, to do so.

County Records Manual with Retention and Disposition Schedules (PDF) Edition (Updated as of 4/) This manual has been issued to inform certain county administrative, fiscal and judicial officers of the opportunity to legally dispose of records in accordance with the provisions of the County Records Act and Rule of Judicial.

What is this “records retention and disposition schedule”. This document is a tool for the employees of county governments across the state to use when managing the records in their offices. It lists records commonly found in county offices, and gives an assessment for use by county governments.

book their value by indicating when (and if) those records should be destroyed. The ED-1 Records Retention and Disposition Schedule indicates the minimum length of time that officials of School Districts (including community school districts in New York City and "special act" or institutional school districts), BOCES, County Vocational Education & Extension Boards, Teacher Resource & Computer Training Centers must retain their records before they may be disposed of.

Under Code of Virginia §the Library of Virginia (LVA) has the authority to issue regulations governing the retention and disposition of state and local public keeping with the Code's mandate, LVA has developed records retention and disposition schedules outlining the disposition of public records.

Records Retention and Disposition Schedule CO-2, for use by counties. Start - CO Front Matter > Records Retention and Disposition Schedule CO-2, for use by counties.

CO County Attorney, Counsel or Public Defender; CO County Clerk; CO County. Retention Schedules for Texas State Agencies and Public Universities A records retention schedule is a document that identifies and describes a state agency’s records and the lengths of time that each type of record must be retained.

Texas state agencies and public universities are required to submit their retention schedules to TSLAC on a timetable established by. The MU-1 Records Retention and Disposition Schedule indicates the minimum length of time that officials of Cities, Towns, Villages and Fire Districts must retain their records before they may be disposed of legally.

This Schedule does not cover retention periods for records of. Local Government Retention Schedules Jump to: CC | DC | EL | GR HR | JC | LC | PS PW | SD | TX | UT Related: Forms and Templates Laws and Rules Contact Us WARNING: Unless these retention schedules have been adopted by your local government the retention periods listed in the schedules may not be used for the destruction of your records.

You can find the Declaration of. RECORDS RETENTION GUIDELINES *7 Years Following Disposition,Termination, or Pay Off Please note that this table should only be used as a guide. You should consult with your attorney and insurance carrier when establishing a record retention policy.

General Records Retention Schedules for County Records South Carolina Department of Archives and History Archives and Records Management Division Parklane Road Columbia, South Carolina THE outh Carolina Archives & History Center. General Records Schedules.

General Records Schedules set retention requirements for records documenting administrative and program functions common to several or all government agencies. Examples include personnel, accounting and general administration. Not all individual records are covered by these General Records Schedules.

Please contact. Local retention and disposition schedules are a tool for the employees of local governments across the state to use when managing the records in their offices.

It lists records commonly found in local governmental offices, and gives an assessment of their value by indicating when (and if) those records should be destroyed. Records Disposition Schedules. Records Disposition Schedules documents the major records series (including electronic records) related to the activities of each office, identifies temporary and permanent records, and provides mandatory instructions for the retention and disposition (retirement or destruction) of each records series based on their temporary or permanent status.

The records retention and disposition schedule and retention periods governing the records series listed herein are hereby approved.

In accordance with the provision of Chapters and of the. General Statutes of North Carolina, it is agreed that the records do not and will not have further use or value for official business, research.

created by local governments. Retention and disposition of records that are common to many offices are included in the General Schedule.

Records unique to particular offices are addressed in individual office schedules. August Recorder of Deeds Records Retention Schedule See also the General Records Retention Schedule.

NC Department of Health and Human Services Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC Customer Service Center: For COVID questions call   created by local governments. Retention and disposition of records that are common to many offices are included in the General Schedule.

Records unique to particular offices are addressed in individual office schedules. August County Clerk Records Retention Schedule.

All records retention schedules approved by the Local Records Committee are provided below. Local Government Common Records Retention Schedule (CORE) Local Government Records Retention Schedules - by Type of Agency.

Local Government Records Retention Schedules - Alphabetical List. How Minor Updates to Local Government Schedules Are Made. Why does the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources issue retention and disposition schedules.

According to G.S. § and G.S. §, state and local governmental entities may only destroy public records with the consent of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR), the Division of Archives and Records.

Listed below are the currently active and approved Records Disposition Schedules for the Department of the Interior. Those items listed under the Departmental Records Schedule (DRS) section are department-wide schedules and supersede any corresponding bureau schedules and General Records Schedule where applicable.reorganization of the Supreme and County Courts in Retention requirements for records created before are contained in the section on records of Predecessor Courts, items through on the schedule.

RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION SCHEDULE. SERIES # RECORD SERIES TITLE RETENTION. court. disposition.requires that a county follow the Records Retention / Disposition Schedule if such records exist (i.e., county has created or received such records).

If revise and opt in, a county would need to obtain WPRB approval to the extent its records retention/disposition schedule varies from the approved Record Retention / Disposition Schedule.