Records Management seeks to manage and control records through their life cycle, from their creation to their final disposition or permanent retention. The management of records has been described as the most fundamental and necessary activity of any organization.

Chapter 119, of the Florida Statutes is the current version of the Public Records Law. The authority to oversee the Bureau of Archives and Records Management of state and local government agencies is vested in the Division of Library and Information Services.

The Records Management Section of the Controller's Office provides secure storage of inactive University records, which must be retained to meet fiscal, legal, administrative, research or historical requirements. Records are stored in accordance with Official State of Florida and University policy.

The following files are available to assist you:

If you have any questions concerning Records Management or need copies of the forms,  Lora Stern,, 561.297.3113 in the the Controller's Office.

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