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The Central Records Office is the central repository for all University official records, in all formats. Central Records Office is responsible for ensuring that records of the University are managed accordingly in line with records management principles, policies, and procedures. The office is also responsible for providing records-keeping advice to University Departments, for developing systems for effective control of documents, files, and records in various formats, and for implementing information and records management policies, standards, and procedures.Central Records Office ensures that records of the University are organised, searchable and easily retrieved in a systemic and defined manner in compliance with generally accepted recordkeeping principles thereby preserving the Universities institutional memory. Central Records Office is the central repository for all University records, and it is of significance that records are made available to users and can be easily traced and tracked between the user and the office.  The Central Records Office is the central repository for all University official records, in all formats. Central Records Office is responsible for ensuring that records of the University are managed accordingly in line with records management principles, policies, and procedures. The office is also responsible for providing records-keeping advice to University Departments, for developing systems for effective control of documents, files, and records in various formats, and for implementing information and records management policies, standards, and procedures.Central Records Office ensures that records of the University are organised, searchable and easily retrieved in a systemic and defined manner in compliance with generally accepted recordkeeping principles thereby preserving the Universities institutional memory. Central Records Office is the central repository for all University records, and it is of significance that records are made available to users and can be easily traced and tracked between the user and the office. The Central Records Office is the central repository for all University official records, in all formats. Central Records Office is responsible for ensuring that records of the University are managed accordingly in line with records management principles, policies, and procedures. The office is also responsible for providing records-keeping advice to University Departments, for developing systems for effective control of documents, files, and records in various formats, and for implementing information and records management policies, standards, and procedures.Central Records Office ensures that records of the University are organised, searchable and easily retrieved in a systemic and defined manner in compliance with generally accepted recordkeeping principles thereby preserving the Universities institutional memory. Central Records Office is the central repository for all University records, and it is of significance that records are made available to users and can be easily traced and tracked between the user and the office. The Central Records Office is the central repository for all University official records, in all formats. Central Records Office is responsible for ensuring that records of the University are managed accordingly in line with records management principles, policies, and procedures. The office is also responsible for providing records-keeping advice to University Departments, for developing systems for effective control of documents, files, and records in various formats, and for implementing information and records management policies, standards, and procedures.Central Records Office ensures that records of the University are organised, searchable and easily retrieved in a systemic and defined manner in compliance with generally accepted recordkeeping principles thereby preserving the Universities institutional memory. Central Records Office is the central repository for all University records, and it is of significance that records are made available to users and can be easily traced and tracked between the user and the office. The Central Records Office is the central repository for all University official records, in all formats. Central Records Office is responsible for ensuring that records of the University are managed accordingly in line with records management principles, policies, and procedures. The office is also responsible for providing records-keeping advice to University Departments, for developing systems for effective control of documents, files, and records in various formats, and for implementing information and records management policies, standards, and procedures.Central Records Office ensures that records of the University are organised, searchable and easily retrieved in a systemic and defined manner in compliance with generally accepted recordkeeping principles thereby preserving the Universities institutional memory. Central Records Office is the central repository for all University records, and it is of significance that records are made available to users and can be easily traced and tracked between the user and the office. The Central Records Office is the central repository for all University official records, in all formats. Central Records Office is responsible for ensuring that records of the University are managed accordingly in line with records management principles, policies, and procedures. The office is also responsible for providing records-keeping advice to University Departments, for developing systems for effective control of documents, files, and records in various formats, and for implementing information and records management policies, standards, and procedures.Central Records Office ensures that records of the University are organised, searchable and easily retrieved in a systemic and defined manner in compliance with generally accepted recordkeeping principles thereby preserving the Universities institutional memory. Central Records Office is the central repository for all University records, and it is of significance that records are made available to users and can be easily traced and tracked between the user and the office. The Central Records Office is the central repository for all University official records, in all formats. Central Records Office is responsible for ensuring that records of the University are managed accordingly in line with records management principles, policies, and procedures. The office is also responsible for providing records-keeping advice to University Departments, for developing systems for effective control of documents, files, and records in various formats, and for implementing information and records management policies, standards, and procedures.Central Records Office ensures that records of the University are organised, searchable and easily retrieved in a systemic and defined manner in compliance with generally accepted recordkeeping principles thereby preserving the Universities institutional memory. Central Records Office is the central repository for all University records, and it is of significance that records are made available to users and can be easily traced and tracked between the user and the office. The Central Records Office is the central repository for all University official records, in all formats. Central Records Office is responsible for ensuring that records of the University are managed accordingly in line with records management principles, policies, and procedures. The office is also responsible for providing records-keeping advice to University Departments, for developing systems for effective control of documents, files, and records in various formats, and for implementing information and records management policies, standards, and procedures.Central Records Office ensures that records of the University are organised, searchable and easily retrieved in a systemic and defined manner in compliance with generally accepted recordkeeping principles thereby preserving the Universities institutional memory. Central Records Office is the central repository for all University records, and it is of significance that records are made available to users and can be easily traced and tracked between the user and the office.