Series-Specific Retention Schedule

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Retention & Disposition

When these records have met their retention their disposition will be:

Designation & Classification

GRAMA (Utah Code § 63G-2-307)(1)(c)) states that a governmental entity shall report designations of its records to the State Archives.

Primary designation for the record series:

Public Private Controlled Protected Restricted by a court rule or a state or federal statute other than GRAMA
Secondary designation for the record series:

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Record Series Title
In a few words, identify what the records are. The title should identify the records in clear language and as precisely and briefly as possible.
Variant Title
Any acronyms or nicknames used in-house to identify these records should be noted here.
Date Ranges
Dates to be included here are the year the records began being created, and if applicable, the year the records ceased to be created. When records are still being created, use only the beginning date (example: 1999-)
The dominant organizational system by which the records are arranged can also include a secondary arrangement, such as chronological by year, and thereunder alphabetical within each year.
Disposition Authority:
Each general schedule has an identifier associated with it, e.g. GRS-12345.
Disposition means what happens to records when they have met retention and are no longer needed to fulfill the administrative, fiscal, or legal needs of the governmental entity. The disposition of most records is destruction, but for records that have historical or permanent value which is beyond the administrative needs of government, the disposition will be to transfer the records to the State Archives.

Page Last Updated May 7, 2018 .