The Public Sector Advisory Committee is operated jointly by State Records NSW and Museums of History NSW to support the implementation of the State Records Act 1998.

The Committee brings together representatives from NSW public sector to:

  • advise State Records NSW on initiatives relating to improving recordkeeping compliance within public offices
  • provide feedback to improve State Records NSW's existing and planned services
  • collaborate with State Records NSW to identify and mitigate emerging areas of information risk in the NSW public sector
  • shares experiences and insights on records and information management in the NSW public sector
  • advise Museums of History NSW on any perceived barriers to transferring material into the State Archives Collection
  • advise Museums of History NSW on any perceived barriers to creating or managing access directions
  • share experiences and insights on challenges relating to the care and requirements for records required as State archives
  • advise Museums of History NSW on the development or enhancement of existing services required to assist public offices. 

The Public Sector currently meets 3 times a year.


The Committee is made up of representatives from the jurisdiction of the State Records Act and includes representatives from NSW Government agencies, departments, authorities, state-owned corporations, local government, local health districts and universities.  

The Committee members are from: 

  • Albury City Council
  • Crown Solicitor's Office
  • The Hills Shire Council
  • Local Land Services
  • Murrumbidgee Local Health District
  • NSW Electoral Commission
  • NSW Treasury
  • Premier's Department
  • Regional NSW
  • State Library of NSW
  • Supreme Court
  • Sydney Local Health District
  • Sydney Water
  • University of Sydney
  • University of Technology Sydney

Information / Enquiries

For further information or enquiries concerning the Public Sector Advisory Committee, please contact