Electronic Records - Queensland
Articles and resources about trends and issues in the management of electronic documents and records by government in the state of Queensland, Australia.
This category last updated: 6 May 2009
Recordkeeping and Web 2.0 Survey Report - in pdf format (366kb)
- (This document requires the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader). Queensland State Archives, October 2010. "... The survey found that while most responding Queensland public authorities have recordkeeping policies in place, they have not yet developed and implemented recordkeeping policies which specifically address Web 2.0 records. A limited number of agencies using Web 2.0 tools are implementing new processes to capture the public records created, however maturity around existing Web 2.0 records management processes is relatively low. Queensland public authorities are aware that when working in the Web 2.0 environment recordkeeping obligations must be met. Responses indicate that they are working towards the development of strategies and processes that will enable them to meet their legislative recordkeeping requirements, but these are generally not yet in place..."
Qld Govt forms e-docs panel
- by Suzanne Tindal, ZDNet Australia, 6 May 2009. "The Queensland Government has formed a multi-vendor panel to provide electronic document and records management systems for the whole of the state government..."