State Records Committee:
The State Records Committee was established in 1993 (NRS 239.073 et seq., 1993 Statutes of Nevada 208) to direct state agencies on appropriate records retention schedules. These schedules provide life-cycle plans for official records based on their administrative, legal, fiscal, and historical value. Once approved, the schedules have the force and effect of law.
Information is one of the most vital, strategic assets the State possesses. Without established retention policies, agencies would keep records too long, spend too much money to store them, waste time looking for information when needed, risk penalties for non-compliance with recordkeeping regulations, and fail to protect mission-critical information from loss or destruction.
The State Records Committee works towards alleviating those concerns by establishing statewide recordkeeping policies and practices. The Secretary of State or his designee chairs the committee, which is comprised of five ex-officio members and one member appointed by the governor from outside State government.
- Secretary of State, Ross Miller, Chairman
Designee: Scott Anderson
- Director of The Department of Administration, Jeffrey Mohlenkamp
Designee: Maud Naroll
- Attorney General, Catherine Cortez Masto
Designee: Shane Chesney
- Administrator of Enterprise Information Technology Services, David Gustafson
- Designee: James Earl
- Administrator of the State Library and Archives, Daphne DeLeon
- Member-at-large: Margie Kassebaum
Teri J. Mark, State Records Manager
100 North Stewart Street
Carson City, Nevada 89701-4285
Telephone: (775) 684-3323
Fax: (775) 684-3426