The Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) is the office that is the official custodian of a specific records series. Since the records in the records series maintained by the OPR are the main or most complete versions, normally they will be the official versions.
Security Classification and Access Permissions
KAUST's Data Classification Procedure outlines three security classification levels during the maintenance, storage, and disposition of records and data records. As such, it is vital to analyze the levels of confidentiality when inventorying records and developing records schedules. KAUST's three part classification levels includes (1) Public, (2) Internal and (3) Confidential. The Procedure defines "confidential" as private, proprietary or otherwise sensitive records and data records that must be secured at all times, including disposition. Refer to Section 2(a) in the Data Classification Procedure for further details.
Note further that KAUST's University Records Policy mandates that all offices manage their records effectively and efficiently, including their retention, disposition and classification.
Consult with the University Archivist if unsure about the correct level of security classification.