media in which it is stored, i. e. manual files, computer files, tapes, microfiche, etc. Where records are sentenced for destruction all retention, management and disposal of public authority records.
(the Retention Guidelines for Local Authorities (RGLA), a guide The records classification and retention periods in this manual constitute legal authority for retention and disposal of official records. No records can be destroyed until they meet the minimum retention period listed in this manual.
GENERAL RECORDS SCHEDULE GS1SL FOR STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES EFFECTIVE: FEBRUARY 19, 2015 and records retention for specific agencies, or specific types of records, might require a longer I. STATUTORY AUTHORITY This general records schedule is issued by the Department of State, Recognition of the need for a workable local records management program in Commonwealth's Local Government Records Committee.
The Committee's primary responsibility is to develop records retention and disposition schedules for each municipal office. or processed by manual or automated means. Often associated with Local Records Retention Schedules Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 109 (Public and Business Records) Section 255 authorizes the Local Records The records classification and retention periods in this manual constitute legal authority for retention and disposal of official records.
No records can be destroyed until they meet the LOCAL GOVERNMENT RECORDS MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES 4 Program to be administered by the State Archives to establish guidelines for local government retention and to provide archival support to local agencies in this state.
Municipal Records Manual with Retention and Disposition Schedules (PDF) and any municipal authority created by any of these municipalities of the opportunity to legally dispose of records in accordance with the provisions of the Records Retention and Disposition Schedule approved by the Local Government Records Committee.
Records Retention Schedules for All Local Government Agencies. All records retention schedules approved by the Local Records Committee are provided below.