The Government Records and Digital Services sections are part of the Department of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and Records. Their primary mission is to provide and administer records management services to state government agencies, local government agencies, and state-supported institutions of higher education in North Carolina in accordance with General Statutes 121 and 132 and the mandate provided in these laws for the preservation of the historical record of this state.
Contact information, mailing address, information about parking and public transit for visitors to the State Records Center. Note: In accordance with NC Administrative Code, entry and access to the SRC building is limited to persons on official business.
Provides guidance and best practice documents to help you create, manage, and retain your digital files, as well as guidance documents on preservation of electronic records and trustworthy data transfer of electronic records from your office to the State Archives.
List of guidelines that provide an introduction to public records laws for public officials, government employees, and records managers.
The State Records Center (SRC) was built for the purpose of storing government records. Learn about building access, services to agencies, destruction and transfer of records to the State Archives.
Schedules for local governments, state agencies, and universities, as well as information about authorized destructions.
Services and training tools geared towards the needs of county, municipal, state agency, and university officials. Includes workshops and online tutorials.
Standards and services for micrographics and the conversion of digital images to microfilm.
Records management forms.
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