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Enterprise Information Management Services

Enterprise Information Management Services (formerly Corporate Records) manages records and information management at USQ through the implementation, maintenance and support of a broad range of services, such as:

  • Information Compliance - implementation and maturity strategies
  • Management of Corporate, People Portfolio and Student records (files)
  • Content Manager - deploy and manage the University's enterprise records management system, and the effective information governance practices around the use of digital content
  • USQ Historical Archives - collection, management and preservation of the University's corporate and social history
  • Document Storage Warehouse - lifecycle management of aged records, including authorised disposal processes
  • Policy and procedures - development, review and implementation
  • Information Lifecycle Management - promote and support effective capture, use, maintenance, storage, retrieval and disposal of all information assets
  • Enterprise Information Management Framework - implementation, development and education

The USQ Records and Information Management Framework provides a broad overview of the University's approach to effective management of its records and information assets within the context of relevant legislation, regulations, standards and policy.

As a public sector entity and, as part of the University's approach to effective management of its records and information assets, the University is required to comply with relevant legislation, information standards, policy and guidelines including, but not limited to:

USQ staff can access tools and resources to assist them with their records and information management responsibilities through the Knowledge Centre in USQHub.

At USQ, the Privacy Officer is responsible for matters regarding Right to Information (RTI). 

The Right to Information is the Queensland Government's approach to giving the community greater access to information.

In fifty years we have become a prominent multi-campus teaching and research institution providing education worldwide.

The USQ Historical Archives play an important role in preserving the history and memory of the University. Members of the public are welcome to view the various exhibitions and displays available.

Kaye England - Manager (Enterprise Information Management Services)

Strategic Direction (Records and Information Management), Content Manager (Functional Administrator), Implementation and development Enterprise Information Management Framework, Retention and Disposal schedules.

Sheree Schott - Corporate Records Coordinator

Content Manager (Corporate), Student and People Portfolio records, General enquiries, Management of 04 Document Storage Warehouse (aged records).

Tanya Mann - Information and Compliance Coordinator

Content Manager (Support), Enterprise Information Management Framework education and training, Compliance management.