World War II Registration as “Enemy Aliens”

Gina Strack Digital Archives, History Leave a Comment

A new record series is now online consisting of Alien Enemy Registration Forms created by the Davis County Sheriff. From the series inventory: “The forms document individuals and families of Japanese descent living in Davis County from 1940-1945. The forms include the following types of information: household head’s name and address, landlord or employer’s name and address, family members’ names, …

Everyone Can Help Preserve History

Alan Barnett History, Research Leave a Comment

Preservation Week (April 23-29) is an initiative of the American Library Association (ALA) that highlights the importance of preserving records and photographs documenting our family, community, state, and national history. We encourage everyone to educate themselves a little and then pitch in to help preserve our history.

Monday’s Brown Bag Lunch!

Rae Gifford News and Events 3 Comments

The end of the semester is upon us! The Utah State Archives and Records Service interns will be presenting at a brown bag lunch event on Monday (April 30)! Come join Archives staff to hear about the different projects and records that our interns have been working with these last few months. Presentations will include a description of the projects …

New General Retention Schedule Interface!

Rebekkah Shaw General Retention Schedules, Records Management Leave a Comment

We are live! The new general retention schedule search page is here! Please explore the filters and search features. Here’s what’s new: Disposition Authority. This is the new number assigned to the schedule. Comment on individual general retention schedules Suggest search terms for individual general retention schedules Search by keyword, title, general schedule number, retention Search all general retention schedules …

The Sunshine Conference materials are now available on our website!

Rae Gifford Open Government, Records Management Leave a Comment

Did you miss our Sunshine Conference on March 13, 2018? Was there a session that you would really like to share with your co-workers? The materials and recordings from our Sunshine Conference are now available on the State Archives’ website. You can also access the videos from our YouTube channel. We hope that you will find these materials useful.   …

In one week: New General Retention Schedule Interface

Rebekkah Shaw General Retention Schedules, Records Management Leave a Comment

In one week, the new general retention schedule interface will launch! On the new interface you’ll be able to: Search all general retention schedules at once Search by keyword, title, general schedule number Comment on individual general retention schedules Suggest search terms for individual general retention schedules We hope these new features will make it easier for you to find …

Big changes to General Retention Schedules

Rebekkah Shaw General Retention Schedules, Records Management Leave a Comment

Big changes are coming for the general retention schedules! The Utah Division of Archives and Records Service has been working with stakeholders to update and consolidate general retention schedules since 2013. The next stage is to help record officers find general retention schedules more easily. Currently, general retention schedules are divided by categories under four government types: state, county, municipality, …

2018 RIMM Webinar Series is Just Around the Corner!

Kendra Yates General Retention Schedules, GRAMA, History, Legislative Updates, News and Events, Records Management, State Records Committee Leave a Comment

Sit back and enjoy your lunch while watching a series of webinars that Utah’s Division of Archives and Records Service (aka State Archives) is hosting to celebrate Records and Information Management Month (RIMM). Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Noon-1:00 p.m. 2018 Legislative Updates by Paul Tonks, AAG counsel for the Division of Archives and the State Records Committee During the 2018 Legislative …

GRAMA Legislative Updates 2018

Rosemary Cundiff Legislative Updates, Open Government Leave a Comment

The 2018 Utah Legislature updated the Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA). These updates include additions to the list of items identified as not a record, specific additions to the list of protected records, and certain  procedural details. Not a record The Legislature modified the list of items that are not a record (Utah Code Section 63G-2-103(22)(b): child pornography is …