Records Scheduling

With certain statutory exceptions, all state agencies, boards and commissions are required to establish and maintain ongoing “programs for the efficient and economical management of records” and have their programs approved by the Archives and Records Commission (67 O.S. Sec 206, 305).

The Commission meets in the first month of every quarter to hear requests for records disposition from state agencies and to conduct other business.  Records disposition schedules are reviewed and approved by the Archives and Records Commission as provided in Chapter 10A of Title 67 of the Oklahoma Statutes and in the rules for the Commission as set out in Title 60 of the Oklahoma Administrative Code.

Most programs are delineated in records disposition schedules that have been prepared by the Records Management Division working in conjunction with the Records Management Coordinators in individual agencies.

Records disposition schedules are reviewed and approved by the Archives and Records Commission as provided in Chapter 10A of Title 67 of the Oklahoma Statutes and in the rules for the Commission as set out in Title 60 of the Oklahoma Administrative Code.

The Commission meets in the first month of every quarter to hear requests for records disposition from state agencies and to conduct other business.