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    Appointment remuneration chairperson and members Public Records Review Committee
    The Public Records Review Committee was established in 2003 under the Public Records Act 2002 to advise the Minister and the State Archivist about issues affecting the administration and enforcement of the Public Records Act, to decide any disputes referred to the Committee under the Act, and to review decisions of the State Archivist not to authorise disposal of particular public records or class

    Response to Report No 90 Inquiry into the CMC release and destruction of Fitzgerald Inquiry documents
    The Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) has an important role in Queensland to combat major crime, investigate misconduct in the public sector and improve public sector integrity. Cabinet considered the recommendations of the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee Report No. 90, Inquiry into the Crime and Misconduct Commission’s release and destruction of Fitzgerald Inquiry documents (th

    Metadata Review Status Update
    In response to the recommendations of the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee’s Report into the Crime and Misconduct Commission’s release and destruction of Fitzgerald Inquiry documents (PCMC Inquiry), Queensland State Archives (QSA) commenced a review of all item-level metadata for closed public records in QSA’s custody. Agencies responsible for those closed records were involved in the

    Appointments to the Public Records Review Committee
    The Public Records Review Committee (the Committee) is established under the Public Records Act 2002 (the Act) to advise the Minister and the State Archivist about issues affecting the administration and enforcement of the Act. The Committee’s role is to decide any disputes referred to the Committee under section 19(4) of the Act, and to review decisions of the State Archivist, but not to authoris

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    12 May, 2016

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