9. Key references

Australian and international standards

  • International Standards Organisation 2010, Principles and functional requirements for records in electronic office environments: Module 3: Guidelines and function requirements for records in business systems, ISO 16175-3:2010(E).
  • International Organisation for Standardization 2016, Information and documentation - Records management - Part 1: Concepts and principles, ISO 15489-1:2016(E).
  • Standards Australia International 2002, Records Management - Part 2: Guidelines, AS ISO 15489.2 - 2002.
  • Standards Australia Limited/Standards New Zealand 2012, Information and documentation - Management systems for recordkeeping - Fundamentals and vocabulary, AS/NZS ISO 30300 - 2012: (ISO 30300:2011, MOD)
  • Standards Australia Limited/Standards New Zealand 2012, Information and documentation - Management systems for recordkeeping - Requirements, AS/NZS ISO 30301 - 2012: (ISO 30301:2011, MOD)
  • Standards Australia Limited/Standards New Zealand 2015, Recordkeeping metadata property reference set (RMPRS), AS/NZS 5478:2015

Information Act (NT)

  • Information Act

Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) - Security classification

  • Protective Security Policy Committee (approved November 2014; amended April 2015), Information Security Management Guidelines: Australian Government Security Classification System, Attorney-General’s Department, Canberra.
  • Protective Security Policy Committee (approved 21 June 2011; amended April 2015), Information Security Management Guidelines: Protectively Marking and Handling Sensitive and Security Classified Information, Attorney-General’s Department, Canberra.
  • Protective Security Policy Committee (approved 1 November 2014; amended April 2015), Protective Security Governance Guidelines: Basic Impact Levels, Attorney-General’s Department, Canberra.

Last updated: 07 March 2019

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