Edited by Sue McKemmish

  • Ann Pederson
  • John McDonald
  • David Bearman
  • Graeme Powell
  • Bruce Smith
  • Adrian Cunningham
  • Michelle Potter
  • Barbara Reed
  • Lisa Enright
  • Vicky Wilson
  • Lyn Maloney
  • Paul Macpherson
  • Ewan Maidment
  • Marion Renehan
  • Helen Cross
  • Stephen Yorke
  • Sue McKemmish
  • Jill Caldwell
  • Shauna Hicks


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Australian Council of Archives, Corporate Memory in the Electronic Age: Statement of a Common Position on Electronic Recordkeeping, May 1996 (available from Executive Officer, Suite 4, 12 Ellingworth Parade, Box Hill Vic, 3128; email

Queensland Information Policy Board, Draft Information Standard 31: Retention and Disposal of Government Information, January 1996. $20 plus postage and handling (available on disk from Government Bookshop, PO Box 364, Wooloongabba, Qld 4102).

The Archives Authority of New South Wales, Policy on Electronic Recordkeeping: Revised Draft, June 1996; Policy on Electronic Messages as Records: Revised Draft, June 1996; Standard on Full and Accurate Recordkeeping: Exposure Draft, May 1996; Standard on Records Management Programs: Exposure Draft, May 1996 (available from The Archives Authority, Level 3, 66 Harrington Street, The Rocks, Sydney NSW, 2000;; http://

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How to Cite
Pederson A., McDonald J., Bearman D., Powell G., Smith B., Cunningham A., Potter M., Reed B., Enright L., Wilson V., Maloney L., Macpherson P., Maidment E., Renehan M., Cross H., Yorke S., McKemmish S., Caldwell J. and Hicks S. (1996) “Reviews”, Archives & Manuscripts, 24(2), pp. 360-416. Available at: (Accessed: 21March2023).

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