Records Management Guidance
The University's Records Management Policy is a commitment to take proper care of the records it holds. The following guidance shows how to apply records management good practice. If you cannot find what you are looking for or would like to ask a question please contact us.
The guidance (including relevant policies) is grouped into staff requirements for records management as per our Records Management Policy
Kept only as long as required
- keeping the accurate records needed for business, regulatory, legal and accountability purposes.
- defining how long to keep records, disposing of them when they are no longer needed and being able to explain why records are no longer held.
University of Kent guidance
|Collection Development Strategy||Kent||The future of library collections at the University of Kent|
|Financial regulations||Kent||Retention periods of financial documents|
|Paper document archiving||Kent||Results of a case study conducted by IS Requirements|
|PCI DSS Information Security Policy||Kent||University of Kent's obligations in respect of collecting, storing, processing and transmitting credit card data|
|Retention and Archiving Policy||Kent||University of Kent retention periods for quality assurance and student records|
|Retention Schedules||JISC||It can be difficult to decide how long to keep a record. To help with these decisions, use this guidance from JISC alongside Kent's retention policy.|