SRC Retention Schedule Report

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Six proposed general retention schedules were heard by the State Records Committee today and approved. Each of these general schedules were previously posted on this blog for your input. To hear the discussion regarding these schedules, please go to the State Records Committee’s page on the Public Notice Website. All are welcome to attend the State Records Committee and provide …

General Schedule for Your Input

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As part of the General Schedule Update Project, the Utah State Archives is proposing six new schedules for your consideration. We would like these to be submitted to the State Records Committee’s July 9th meeting. Remember, there is no designation or classification of general schedules because that needs to be determined by the record series. The first four are payroll …

Change to Personnel Schedule

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A change to the proposed general retention schedule for Grievance and Discipline Records requires your input. This schedule is meant to include unsubstantiated cases. The Attorney General’s office requests that the retention be changed from 7 years after case closed to 7 years after end of employment. Changing the trigger significantly changes the retention. -3- Grievance and Discipline Records Initial …

Personnel Schedules for Your Review

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As part of the General Schedule Update Project, the Utah State Archives is proposing the following changes to the general retention schedules for personnel records. Since May last year, several meetings and discussions have been held with human resource representatives and records officers to clearly define the contents of a personnel file. The seven year retention listed below is based …

New Personnel General Schedules For Your Input

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Over the last year several meetings have been held with human resource representatives and record officers from school district, city, county and special district offices to clearly define the contents of a personnel file. An attorney, the Government Records Ombudsman, and record analysts have also been included in this creation process. The following schedules are for the retention of the …