Now Accepting Final Feedback on Changes to Bulletin C.

As part of our effort to maintain up-to-date records management publications, we are now accepting final feedback on the draft of Bulletin C: Guidance for Records Inventories and Scheduling of Records. The guidance contains helpful tips on how to conduct an inventory and how to appraise records. We would greatly appreciate any feedback local governments…

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Adding to Our Team

The records management assistance team at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission welcomes our newest analysts, Sahar Arafat-Ray and Sebastian Loza! Read more about Sahar who is now the point of contact for local governments in the West-North region of Texas. The West-North region is comprised of the following counties: Archer Eastland Montague Tarrant…

Apply for Free Registration to AASLH Basics of Archives Online Course

This is a cross-post from the Archives and Information Services blog Out of the Stacks. Through funding from the  National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), the Texas Historical Records Advisory Board (THRAB) has partnered with the American Association of State and Local History (AASLH) to offer free registration to their popular online course, Basics of Archives from March 27…

2023 Local Government Records Management Officer Meeting

You are cordially invited to the annual Local Government Records Management Officer meeting. When: Thursday, April 20, 9:30 a.m. – noon Where: Online via Zoom Calling all records management officers and records professionals serving local governments across Texas! The Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) wants to meet with you. Due to the size…

10 Things We Love About Records Management

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we wanted to acknowledge the ten things we love about records management. From Webinars to Teamwork, analysts Joslyn Ceasar and Raul Gonzalez wrote about 5 things they each love about records management, and what those things mean to them. Joslyn Ceasar: Joslyn’s approach was to records management and Valentine’s Day…