Why are we proposing changes to our Records Management Policy?
We've revised our Records Management Policy to ensure it reflects current legislative, business and community requirements.
The draft Policy confirms Council's commitment to:
- Complying with legislative obligations in accordance with the Public Records Act 1974
- Maintaining full and accurate records of all business activities, including decisions of Council
- Ensuring records are readily accessible now and in the future.
What is the purpose of the draft Policy?
The Public Records Act and associated standards require Council to document a policy on its management of corporate records that fully and accurately reflect Council business activities. The draft Policy outlines Council’s commitment to effectively manage its records as a critical asset for the ongoing operations and service provision for the community.
Do you have any feedback?
We are seeking your feedback on the draft revised Records Management Policy, to ensure it meets your expectations. We invite you to review the draft policy and complete the below feedback form to tell us your thoughts.
Frankston City Council is committed to protecting your privacy. Any information you provide on the feedback form will be used for the purposes of reviewing and updating the Records Management Policy. Public reports of the project will summarise feedback and not identify individuals. Your personal information will only be used and disclosed as authorised by law. For further detail about how Council handles personal information, or to request access to your personal information, see www.frankston.vic.gov.au or contact Council’s privacy officer on 1300 322 322.