Welcome

Adding to Our Team

The records management assistance team at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission welcomes back Erica Wilson-Lang! Erica is returning as an analyst after a hiatus. Read more about Erica who is now the point of contact for local governments in the Central region of Texas. The Central region is comprised of the following counties: Bastrop…

e-Records 2022 – Discovering the Path Forward

Much to the excitement of its co-hosts, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC, and the Department of Information Resources (DIR), the e-Records Conference returned to live and in-person attendance on November 18, 2022, for the first time since 2019. That doesn’t mean the conference was exactly the same as it’s always been. One…

Welcome

Adding to Our Team

The records management assistance team at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission welcomes our newest analyst, Raul Gonzalez! Read more about Raul who is now the point of contact for local governments in the West-South region of Texas. The West-South region is comprised of the following counties: Atascosa Frio La Salle Starr Bandera Hidalgo…

How I Review a Recertification

The recertification process can be long and detailed—for the agency and for the analyst completing the review. One of the questions that we get during the process is, “How long does it take, and how does it work on TSLAC’s end?” This article explores how one Government Information Analyst approaches a schedule review. If you…

e-Records 2022: Registration Now Open!

Registration for the 2022 e-Records Conference is now open to state agencies and local governments. Be sure to visit the conference webpage for more details about our exciting lineup of speakers and exhibitors. Get a full day of training and networking for the early bird rate of $85 if you sign up by October 28.…

Shadow people celebrating in the lobby of the de Zavala building while fireworks go off

Debut of the Texas State University Records Retention Schedule (URRS): 2nd Edition, and the Texas State Records Retention Schedule (RRS): Revised 5th Edition

On July 18, 2022, the newest editions of the Texas State Records Retention Schedule (RRS) and the Texas State University Records Retention Schedule (URRS) went live! The amendments to 13 TAC §6.10(a-b) are adopted as an administrative rules of the commission – see the full official announcement on the Texas Register. For state agency and…