SEC. 25-59-7. State records committee; duties as to records control schedules.
There is hereby created the state records committee to be composed of the governor, state registrar of vital records, state auditor of public accounts, secretary of state and the director of the department of archives and history, or their designated representatives. It shall be the duty of the committee to review, approve, disapprove, amend or modify records control schedules submitted by agency heads or appointed and elected state officials through the department for the disposition of records based on administrative, legal, fiscal or historical value. Such records control schedules, once approved, shall be authoritative and directive, and shall have the force and effect of law. A records schedule may be determined by three (3) members of the committee. Records control schedules may be amended by the committee on change of program mission, legislative change or other actions affecting the basic mission of the agency and in turn affecting the records. The director of the department shall serve as chairman of the committee and shall schedule meetings of the committee as required. Each agency has the right of appeal to the committee for actions taken.
SOURCES: Laws, 1981, ch. 501, Sec. 4, eff from and after July 1, 1981.