Check-up PLUS


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Check-up PLUS is a survey designed to collect data on Australian Government agencies' information management capabilities and behaviours. It allows agencies to:

  • track their progress against a variety of best-practice information management behaviours
  • develop plans and undertake projects that progress their information and data management maturity
  • advise us of their 'Retain as national archives' (RNA) holdings and transfer plans
  • manage their contact details online

The National Archives analyses the survey data to gauge Australian Government agencies' digital information management maturity. The findings inform our report to the Minister.

Check-up PLUS survey

Check-up PLUS is structured to align with the National Archives' Information Management Standard. It is an online self-assessment tool designed to gauge Australian Government agencies' maturity and performance in information and data management.

The next survey is planned to open on 1 July 2022. The survey will report against the policy objectives of the Building trust in the public record policy.

For more information about the content of surveys, see:

Digital Continuity 2020 Statement

In 2017, annual reporting requirements under the Digital Continuity 2020 Policy consisted of a short online survey, the 'Digital Continuity 2020 Statement'.

The survey comprised a number of brief statements designed to gauge agencies' progress against the Digital Continuity 2020 principles. It replaced the requirement for agencies to report against Check-up Digital.

Download the 2017 Digital continuity statement whole-of-government snapshot (PDF, 200kB).

More information

Contact the Agency Service Centre if you have questions about the survey or accessing your existing Check-up Digital data.

The Check-up PLUS survey is available under a Creative Commons BY 4.0 (CC–BY-NC 4.0) licence.

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