Records Documented as Part of More Formalized Records
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This is part of the WWU General Records Retention Schedule.
Records where the evidence of the business transaction has been documented as part of another more formalized record of the agency which is retained in accordance with the current approved minimum retention period. Includes, but is not limited to: Data entry input records (such as paper forms, handwritten notes, etc.) that have been documented as records within agency information systems (such as databases) provided the original record/form (including any signatures) is not required as evidence or authorization of the transaction; Working/rough notes, voicemail messages, text messages, social media posts, etc., that have been memorialized/captured in another format such as a note-to-file, email confirming the conversation, speech-to-text translations, etc.; Automatically-generated email notifications sent out by agency information systems provided the transaction is captured as part of an audit trail; Raw data/statistics/survey responses that have been consolidated/aggregated into another record. Excludes: Electronic records (such as emails) that have been printed to paper; Audio/visual recordings of meetings covered by Meetings – Advisory (DAN GS 10015), Meetings – Governing/Executive/Policy-Setting (DAN GS 10004) or Meetings – Staff and Internal/External Committees (DAN GS 09009). Note: Electronic records need to be retained in electronic format in accordance with WAC 434-662-040.
Retain until verification of successful conversion/keying /transcription
Disposition after Retention
Approved by State Records Committee
2021 August 04
Last Updated / Revised by UARM
2022 August 25