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Governance is the function of establishing and managing the structure and strategic policies and directions of the university and its components. Governance records are created at the highest levels of university management, and provide evidence of integrity and accountability in the management of university business.
Such records are required to be kept permanently in accordance with Public Records of Victoria standards and associated guidelines. At Monash this is achieved via the University Archives and/or the enterprise records management system, currently HP RM/TRIM.
For information on, or assistance with, management of your governance records, contact:
Records Manager, Cath Nicholls at firstname.lastname@example.org or,
Archives Manager, Jan Getson at email@example.com