As KAUST employees we use or create records in our work everyday. We all share the responsibility to manage its records appropriately and professionally. This guide contains important information and tips for KAUST employees about records management requirements and procedures.
What is the University Records Center & Archives?
The University Library maintains the University Records Center & Archives, coordinates KAUST's records retention and disposition schedules, and strives to empower all employees to confidently and efficiently manage records.
Offices that have developed their records retention and disposition schedules (sample photo below) may transfer their inactive or semi-active administrative records to the University Records Center & Archives (i.e., records you do not access on a regular basis).
The University Records Center & Archives is also the official repository for all University records of lasting value once they are no longer needed for current use. Why do we do this? University records are our memory of decisions and transactions across a huge range of academic and administrative activities. If managed well, they provide insight into the development of the University over the course of its history, and preserve the memory of its organizational endeavors and achievements.
Visit the KAUST Policy Portalfor further information about The University Records Policy.
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