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You are here: Home Corruption prevention Council records: a guideline for mayors, councillors, CEOs and council employees

Council records: a guideline for mayors, councillors, CEOs and council employees

This joint corruption prevention advisory from the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) and Queensland State Archives (QSA) sets out the requirements for the management of council records.

council-records-a-guidelines-for-mayors-councillors-ceos-and-government-employees.jpg It addresses the following questions:
  • Why is good recordkeeping important?
  • What is a public record?
  • What are the requirements for managing records?

You can view the document below:

      Also, the Office of the Independent Assessor (OIA) and the Local Government Association of Queensland have recently produced social media guidelines to assist councillors to manage their social media presence. The guidelines are available on the OIA's website.

      Last updated: 02 July 2019

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