The Committee to Approve Schedules for the Retention and Disposition of Official State Records more commonly known as The State Records Committee was established in statute in 1993, NRS 239.073 et seq., to approve the retention and disposition of official state records for all state agencies.
An official state record may be disposed of only in accordance with a schedule for retention and disposition which is approved by this Committee.
Deputy Secretary of State - Designee for Barbara Cegavski, Secretary of State
Harry B. Ward
Deputy Attorney General - Designee for Aaron Ford, Attorney General
Risk Management Specialist - Designee for Laura Freed, Director of the Department of Administration
Division Administrator, Nevada State Library, Archives, and Public Records
Chief Plan, Research and Grants Management - Designee for David Haws, Administrator for Enterprise Information Technology Services
Douglas County Records Management Supervisor, Retired
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NRS 239.077 Committee to Approve Schedules for the Retention and Disposition of Official State Records: Duties. The Committee shall:
Review and approve or disapprove the schedules for the retention and disposition of the official state records of each agency, board and commission which is required to develop those schedules pursuant to NRS 239.080.
Advise the Division (NSLA) concerning the development and use of schedules for the retention and disposition of official state records.