Analyst Tip

Video: What does the shading mean on your local schedules?

Today’s Analyst Tip video addresses the mysterious (or not the so mysterious) shading that we’ve used on some of our local schedules. What does it mean when something is darker gray and why? Watch to find out! Have an idea for a future Analyst Tips video? Let us know! Email us today at slrminfo@tsl.texas.gov or…

Proposed Changes to Schedule GR: Construction Project Records

We are currently accepting public comments concerning changes to Local Schedule GR. The new 5th edition became effective September 15, 2015. We received comments concerning GR1075-16 Construction Project Records. We’ve addressed these comments and are proposing new amendments to Schedule GR. The proposed changes can be viewed in the Texas Register, December 4th issue. The…

Revised Local Schedule GR – Effective September 15, 2015

A new edition of Local Schedule GR – Records Common to All Local Governments – will take effect tomorrow, September 15, 2015. The revised schedule was published for adoption in the September 4, 2015 issue of the Texas Register. The new schedule supersedes the revised 4th edition. We will post the new edition to our…

Proposed Revisions to Local Schedule GR- Public Comment Period

Public comments are now being accepted for proposed changes to Local Schedule GR.  The proposed changes were published in the May 1 issue of the Texas Register.  To view the proposed changes click here. The copy of the schedule posted in the Texas Register is a clean version of the schedule and does not show…

Proposed Revisions to Local Schedule GR

As part of our effort to maintain up-to-date local government records retention schedules, we are currently working to update Local Schedule GR.  We will be presenting a draft to our Commission at their February meeting as the first step in our Local Schedule approval process, but before we begin the official update process we would…

Deadline for Comments on Proposed Schedule Changes Extended

The proposed changes for the retention period for correspondence in Local Schedule GR and the Texas State Records Retention Schedule are still available for viewing in the Texas Register and we are still accepting public comments on them.  These comments are extremely helpful in determining whether the proposed changes will significantly impact state agencies’ and local governments’ records management…

Comments for Proposed Retention Schedule Changes Still Being Accepted

The proposed changes for the retention period for correspondence in Local Schedule GR and the Texas State Records Retention Schedule are still available for viewing in the Texas Register.  We have received some comments on the proposed changes, but we are still accepting new comments until mid-November.  These comments are extremely helpful in determining whether…