The Preservation Digitisation Standards set out the National Archives standards for digitisation of physical records of archival value in all formats.
The National Archives has developed specifications for digitising paper records.
This policy outlines the framework for the disposal of records in the National Archives’ custody following digitisation.
Access to unclassified paper records is provided via the Agency Digitisation Service (ADS
We're digitising 850,000 WWII service records to share stories of Australians' service and sacrifice.
Digitisation of collection material is an accepted practice of collecting institutions all round the world.
National Archives’ have signed a contract with commercial digitisation provider Micro Image to operate from the Archives’ new industrial scale digitisation hub.
The National Archives of Australia has signed contracts totalling $4.4 million for the bulk digitisation of more than 650,000 Second World War service records.
Learn how to transfer physical and digital records to the National Archives.
New Preservation Digitisation Standards set out the technical requirements for digitising physical records in line with international best practice.
From 1 January 2018, the National Archives will provide agencies access to unclassified paper records through the Agency Digitisation Service .
National Archives of Australia has collected the official and private records (personal records) collections of significant individuals who served within, or were closely associated with the Commonwealth government since the early 1960s.
The Commonwealth Record Series System lets the National Archives keep track of Commonwealth Government agencies and the records they produce.
This advice for record disposal is for Australian Government agencies that do not have, or are in the process of developing, agency-specific records authorities
An electronic document and records management system is an automated software application. Find out how to develop a business case for introducing an EDRMS.
This authority is a key element in the suite of tools created by the National Archives to foster digital business processes and digital information management for efficiency purposes
A digitised WWII service record sheds new light on the career of a pioneering Australian servicewoman.
Find out about media access to Cabinet records about to be released.
Many systems are used to create and manage information in physical and digital formats. Learn more about these systems and how to manage different types of information in digital and physical formats.