The new streamlined records management standard is simpler to use, making it easier for public sector organizations to maintain and keep essential records, according to New Zealand’s Minister of Internal Affairs, Hon. Peter Dunne. He emphasized that good recordkeeping is essential for good government and the maintenance of accurate public records as legacy information. This interesting information was brought to us by Live News in New Zealand and their article, “New Records Management Standard – simplifies recordkeeping.”
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