Information Technology Services
Everyone at the University who handles administrative records is responsible for the efficient and systematic control of the creation, receipt, maintenance, use, and disposition of these records, in accordance with relevant law and University policy and practice. Administrative records may have operational or historical value to the institution and are owned by The Regents of the University of California.
The University Records Management Program was established to assist members of the University community to meet these obligations. It is described in University policy, RMP 1, "University Records Management Program." A description of administrative records is provided in University policy, RMP-2, "Records Retention and Disposition: Principles, Processes, and Guidelines."
The University Records Management Committee, composed of representatives from each location, oversees the program, including development and maintenance of the Universitywide records retention schedule, and establishment of procedures to support effective information management.
Searchable systemwide records retention schedule
The value of the retention schedule and how to use it
A project launched May 2012 to update the UC Records Retention Schedule
Systemwide committee that maintains the UC Records Retention Schedule, makes policy recommendations, and coordinates records management practices
The UC Business and Finance Records Management and Privacy (RMP) Bulletin series establishes systemwide policies on records management and information privacy.
Information practices coordinators, archivists, and information security and IT policy officers