The Records Management Division is responsible for administering the County’s records management program and assisting departments with information management practices. The Division also provides imaging and mail services to County agencies and oversees the operation of the County Records Center.
The Division is responsible for the continued development and oversight of a County-wide records management program. The Division creates, updates, and maintains official County records retention schedules; conducts business analyses and works with County agencies to improve information management practices; offers consultation services to County agencies regarding recordkeeping requirements; and facilitates records-related projects at the division, department and enterprise level.
The Records Management Division provides imaging services to County agencies. Services include file preparation, scanning/microfilming, indexing, quality control, and destruction of paper originals.
The Records Management Division provides mail services to County agencies through public-private partnering.
County Records Center:
The Records Management Division administers the County Records Center, a secure storage facility for County records. The Division oversees incoming records transmittals, facilitates record retrievals, and ensures secure destruction in accordance with County records retention schedules.
Members of the public seeking access to County records should contact the department that maintains the information.