The State Records Regulation 2015 commenced on 1 September 2015.

This Regulation:

  1. Prescribes additional institutions considered as a State collecting institution
  2. Lists provisions or legislations excepted from the operation of s21 of the State Records Act
  3. Prescribes guidelines on what constitutes normal administrative practice in a public office in relation to disposal of:
    • drafts
    • working papers and records
    • duplicates of records
    • computer support records
    • facilitating instructions records
    • outgoing correspondence
    • messages
    • facsimiles
    • stationery
    • solicited and unsolicited advertising material
  4.  Allows for an authorised person to take records temporarily out of the State for official business and prescribes its practice.

For more information visit Normal administrative practice