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NJAC 15:3-1.2 Definitions

The words and phrases used in this chapter shall have the meanings as defined in ARMA A4759 (2007), Glossary of Records and Information Management Terms; ANSI/AIIM TR2-1998, Glossary of Document Technologies; and SAA 460 (2005), A Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology, as amended and supplemented, incorporated herein by reference, except the following words and phrases, which shall have the designated meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

"Accession" means:
1. The transfer of the legal and physical custody of permanent records from an agency to the State Archives or other archives;
2. The records, also called "accessioned records," so transferred; or
3. The physical and recordkeeping process involved in transferring legal and physical custody of such records.

"Agency" or "agencies" means:
1. Generally, an organization that provides some service, a body having the authority to represent another or others, a government bureau or administrative division, or the place of business of the same; or
2. Specifically, any, or all, or any combination of the following public agency or agencies, as defined herein, currently or previously existing or to be established, depending on the context:
i. The Office of the Governor and any of the departments of the Executive Branch of State government, and any division, board, bureau, office, commission, institution, or other instrumentality within or created by such department;
ii. The Legislature of the State, and any office, board, bureau, committee, or commission within or created by the Legislative Branch;
iii. Any independent State authority, commission, district, institution, or instrumentality;
iv. Any political subdivision of the State;
v. Any department, division, board, bureau, office, commission, district, or institution, or other instrumentality within or created by a political subdivision of the State or combination of political subdivisions;
vi. Any school, fire, or water district or other district or districts;
vii. Any independent authority, commission, district, institution, or instrumentality;
viii. Any agency or institution created by a political subdivision, district or other independent authority, or combinations thereof;
ix. Any subordinate office or agency of i through viii above;
x. Any office, officer, official, board, or governing body of i through ix above; or
xi. Any combinations of i through x above.

"Active records or files" means:
any group of public records maintained in the office of a public agency for conducting daily operations and which is referenced at least once per month.

"Archival records" means:
1. Records which have a permanent or enduring administrative, legal, fiscal, research or historical value, and in consequence thereof should be retained and preserved in perpetuity, and which are noncurrent and are not required to be retained in the office which they originated; or
2. Records found by the Division to contain significant information about the government and history of this State that are therefore worthy of long-term preservation and systematic management for historical and other research. (See definitions of "record.")

"Archives" means:
1. An organization or agency responsible for appraising, accessioning, preserving, and making available permanent records, which in the State of New Jersey is the New Jersey State Archives, otherwise known as the "State Archives," "Bureau of Archives," or "Bureau of Archives and History," established under N.J.S.A. 47:3-16;
2. The noncurrent records of an organization preserved because of their continuing or enduring value and which have been determined to have sufficient historical value to warrant their continued preservation and have been transferred to the legal custody of such an agency; or
3. One or more buildings, or portions thereof, established and maintained for the preservation, management, administration, and use of such permanent records.

"Automated records system" means:
any system that applies computer technology in the creation, collection, indexing, processing, management, maintenance, retrieval, use, storage, dissemination, and disposition of public records.

"Automated records management system" means:
any system specifically designed and used to apply computer technology to automate the operation of a records management program, including records storage and retrieval, cost accounting, retention schedules, and records disposition.

"Commercial purpose" means:
the use of information contained in a public record for the purpose of sale or resale of such information or for the purpose of producing a document containing all or part of copies, printouts, photographs, microforms, duplicate tapes, disks, and other alternate media for sale, or the obtaining of names and addresses from such public records for the purpose of solicitation or the sale of such names and addresses to another for the purpose of solicitation or for any purpose in which the purchaser can reasonably anticipate the receipt of monetary gain from the direct use of such public record; but does not mean the use of a public record as evidence or as research or evidence in an action in a judicial or quasi-judicial body of this State or a political subdivision of this State.

"Confidential record" means:
a public record that contains personal data or other sensitive information to which access is restricted. (See also the definition of "record.")

"Correspondence" means:
records needed for the conduct of the current operations of an agency, and are, therefore, generally located and maintained in an office space and office equipment. (See also the definition of "record.")

"Current records" means:
records needed for the conduct of the current operations of an agency, and are, therefore, generally located and maintained in an office space and office equipment. (See also the definition of "record.")

"Current year" means:
1. The period of a year (365 days or 366 days for a leap year); or
2. In the case of a retention schedule, the period of a year following the date on which a record had been created, received or filed.

"Custodian of public records" or "custodian" means:
1. The head of a public agency having custody or control of public records or his or her designee who is responsible for the creation or receipt, custody, and maintenance of public records;
2. As established under N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1.1 et seq., the officer designated by formal action of that agency's director or governing body, as the case may be; or
3. In the case of a municipality, the municipal clerk.

"Custody" means:
guardianship or control of records, including both physical possession (physical custody)and legal responsibility (legal custody) unless one or the other is specified.

"Data" means:
1. Facts, statistics, pieces of information, or body of information, either historical or derived from calculation or information gathering activities, relating to a particular subject of interest to an agency, which are collected, created, and recorded for the production of records and information;
2. Symbols, numbers, or other representations of facts or ideas that can be communicated, interpreted, or processed by manual or automated means, often associated with electronic data or statistics and measurements; or

3. A general term used to describe raw facts and figures which may be manipulated and from which conclusions may be inferred.

"Data archive" or "data archives" means:
a facility established and maintained for the preservation, management, administration, and use of records and information of permanent and enduring value recorded or stored on electronic media.

"Data processing" means:
the systematic performance of a series of actions with data, by manual, mechanical, electromechanical, or electronic means, but primarily used to mean electronic data processing (EDP), which is the processing and management of data using electronic digital computers.

"Directives" means:
a formal managerial communication establishing policy and procedures of an agency.

"Director" means:
the head of the Division of Archives and Records Management in the Department of State as established under the Governor's Reorganization Plan, filed April 25, 1983. (See the definition of "Division of Archives and Records Management.") The Director of the Division of Archives and Records Management acts as Secretary to the State Records Committee is responsible for the proper recording or its proceedings.

"Disaster planning" or "disaster response and recovery program" means:
1. Generally, a set of policies and procedures for implementation in the event of a sudden, unplanned calamitous event that creates an inability of an agency to perform critical operational functions for some period of time;
2. A plan consisting of a disaster recovery plan, information about disaster preparedness, procedures during a disaster in progress, and plans for disaster recovery; or
3. Specifically, pursuant to the provisions of N.J.A.C. 15:3-2.5, Vital Records Program, measures taken to prevent damage, loss or destruction of public records in the event of a disaster and methods of recovery and restoration of damaged records.

“Disposable records" means:
records which have a temporary value and, in consequence, may be destroyed after the lapse of a specified time or after the occurrence of some action which renders them valueless per record retention schedules established by the State Records Committee. (See also the definition of "record.")

"Disposal" means:
the final disposition of public records that have a temporary value, and that may therefore be destroyed after the expiration of a retention period fixed by the State Records Committee, and upon receiving the written approval of the State Records Committee.

"Division" means:
1. The Division of Archives and Records Management in the Department of State, as established Governor's Reorganization Plan, filed April 25, 1983 and as set out under N.J.S.A. 18A:73-26, whose primary responsibilities include the implementation and enforcement of the provisions of N.J.S.A. Title 47 (Public Records) et al.;
2. Pursuant to P.L. 1994, c.140, § 10 (N.J.S.A. 47:1-15), whenever in any law, rule, regulation, order, contract, document, judicial or administrative proceeding, or otherwise, reference is made to the Bureau of Archives and History in the Department of Education or the administrator thereof, the same shall be considered to mean and refer to the Division of Archives and Records Management in the Department of State, established pursuant to the Governor's Reorganization Plan, filed April 25, 1983; and
3. The successor to the Public Records Office established under P.L. 1920, c.46, as amended by P.L. 1924, c.203 (N.J.S.A. 47:2-1 through 8).

“Electronic record" or "electronic records" means:
any record whose informational content is in code and has been recorded on computer-related media such as punched paper cards or tapes, magnetic tape or disks, optical disks, or other electronic media, from which coded information is retrievable only by a machine. (See also the definition of "record.")

"File" or "files" means, depending on the context:
1. An accumulation of records and nonrecord material arranged and maintained according to a plan;
2. A unit, such as a folder, microform, electronic form, containing such records or nonrecord material;
3. Storage equipment, such as a filing cabinet; or
4. A collective term, usually applied to all records and nonrecord material of an office or agency.

"File management" means:
the combination of technological and human resources for the effective and efficient storage, use, maintenance and disposal of records maintained and managed in filing systems.

"Form" or "forms" means:
a document or record in paper or electronic form that contains predetermined spaces for the insertion of data.

"Forms analysis and design" means:
1. The study of forms in relation to operating procedures to determine the most effective and efficient collection and processing of data;
2. The specification of the physical components of a form, including but not limited to, layout of information blocks or fields, type sizes and styles, color, weight, and all components; or
3. Specifically, the process often associated with the development of forms to correspond with computer screens used for the entry of data and information to effect more effective and efficient data entry.

"Forms management" means:
the process through which forms are analyzed for current and future use, designed for effective and efficient entry of data and information, and controlled for efficient storage, revision and printing, which assures that unneeded forms are eliminated, and that needed forms are designed, produced and distributed economically and efficiently.

"Imaging" means:
the production of representations of two-dimensional images of documents or other objects from digitally generated data or scanners and other means of data capture, or the recording of such images on microforms, videotape, optical disk or other data storage media.

"Imaging facility" means:
an establishment maintained for converting, copying, duplicating, recording and printing record image facsimiles on various storage media, and for providing for the identification, indexing, and processing of such record image facsimiles.

"Image processing" means:
1. Generally, the computer-related discipline wherein analog or digital images are the main data object, or the manipulation and control of data representing two-dimensional images, including raster images generated by scanning and raster conversions of electronic data created in other formats, vector-based data from computer-aided design (CAD) and other illustration systems, and digital images from digital, video and other camera systems; or
2. Specifically, the creation, preparation, capture, recording, indexing, storage, retrieval, reproduction, control, use and management of direct representations or images of documents using these techniques.

"Inactive records" means:
records that are not needed for the conduct of current operations and are not required to be retained in the office in which they originate. (See also the definition of "record.")

"Information resource management" means:
the systematic management and treatment of an organization's data, records, and information as common and valuable resources. Information resource management encompasses records management and image processing.

"Inventory" means:
1. A survey of agency records and nonrecord materials conducted primarily for the development of retention schedules or to identify records management problems, such as inadequate applications of recordkeeping technologies;
2. The documented results of such a survey; or
3. A type of finding aid used in archives administration for accessioning permanent records.

"Life cycle of records" means:
the records management concept that records normally pass through successive stages from creation or receipt of a record through its useful life to its final disposition, usually identified as five phases in the life span of a record, including the creation stage, distribution and use stage, storage and maintenance stage, retention and disposition stage, and archival preservation stage.

"Life expectancy" or "LE rating" means:
1. The estimated length of time a recording medium should remain viable for storage, retrieval, and preservation of the records or information it contains;
2. A rating system for various types of recording media which has replaced the use of the former general term "archival" for any such media as archival microfilm or archival paper;
3. The life expectancy (LE) rating of any recording medium used for public records, corresponding to the retention period of such records, unless otherwise provided for under the standards, rules and guidelines promulgated by the State Records Committee; and
4. Any manufacturer's claims for the continuing viability of a recording medium, including life expectancy for prerecorded media as well as recorded media, which should be substantiated by detailed specifications for test parameters.

"Local agency" means: the following, currently or previously existing or to be established:
1. Any city, municipality, township, county or other political subdivision created by the State;
2. Any department, division, board, bureau, office, commission, institution, or other instrumentality within or created by a political subdivision or combination of political subdivisions;
3. Any school, fire, or water district or other district or districts;
4. Any independent local authority, commission, institution, or instrumentality;
5. Any subordinate office or agency of 1 through 4 above;
6. Any office, officer, official, board, or governing body of 1 through 5 above; or
7. Any combinations of 1 through 6.

"Local governing body" means:
the county board of freeholders; city, township, borough, town or village council, committee, board, commission, district, or other body authorized by law to govern the affairs of a local government.

"Local government" means:
the following, currently or previously existing or to be established:
1. Any county, city, town, municipality, or other government of a political subdivision, created by an act of the Legislature or the State;
2. Any school, fire, or water district or other district or districts;
3. Any independent local authority, commission, district, institution, or instrumentality;
4. Any subordinate office or agency of 1 through 3 above;
5. Any office, officer, official, board, or governing body of 1 through 4 above; or
6. Any combination of 1 through 5 above.

"Long-term record" or "long-term records" means:
a record or series of records required by a Federal or State statute or regulation, or by a retention schedule approved by the State Records Committee, to be retained by the originating agency for more than 10 years after creation, filing, or completion, unless otherwise specified in standards, rules or regulations promulgated by the State Records Committee per P.L. 1953, c.410, § 6 (N.J.S. 47:3-20). (See also the definition of "record.")

"Machine-readable records" means:
any record whose informational content is in code and has been recorded on media such as punched paper cards or paper tapes, magnetic tape or disks, optical disks, or other electronic media from which coded information is retrievable only by a machine. (See also the definition of "electronic record.")

"Media maintenance plan" means:
a combination of policies, procedures and standards for the secure storage, protection and preservation of paper and alternative media.

"Medium" or "media" means:
the physical form of records or recorded information, including paper, film, magnetic disks and tape, optical disks, and other material on which records and information can be recorded.

"Medium-term record" means:
any public record with a retention period of more than three years but less than 10 years after creation, filing or completion, unless otherwise specified in standards, rules or regulations promulgated by the State Records Committee. (See also the definition of "record.")

"Micrographics" means:
1. The process of creating photographic reproductions greatly reduced in size from the original on fine grain, high resolution film, usually of a document or some other type of record; or
2. The archival and records management technologies and techniques concerned with microimaging and reprographics, including producing, using and preserving microforms.

"Microform" or "microforms" means:
any form containing greatly reduced images or microimages, using photographic technologies, including microfilm on reels, cassettes, and cartridges; microfiche; microfilm jackets; aperture cards; microcards and micro-opaques.

"Microimaging systems" means:
systems including microforms and electronic record systems, including stand-alone micrographic systems, computer-assisted retrieval (CAR) systems, computer-output microfilm (COM) systems, computer- input microfilm (CIM) systems, digitally produced microfilm, and electronic microimage transmission systems.

"Migration" means:
the process or result of moving data from one electronic record system to another.

"Multifunction device" (MFD) means a multi-function printer/product/peripheral, or multifunctional, all-in-one, mopier (multiple optical copier), or other office machine, which incorporates the functionality of multiple types of office equipment in one device, so as to have a smaller footprint in a home or small business setting or to provide centralized document management/distribution/production in an office. A typical multifunction device may act as a printer, photocopier, fax, scanner and/or telephone or a combination of these devices. Input to multifunction devices is, by their nature, multimodal. Documents may be sent via Ethernet, parallel port or other digital interface from a computer, arrive by fax over the telephone line, or be scanned in locally by the user. Some multifunctional devices include editing and publication capabilities and/or digital media readers, such as media card readers.

"Municipality" means, per N.J.S. 47:1-2:
any municipal corporation, including cities, towns, townships, villages and boroughs, and any municipality governed by a board of commissioners or an improvement commission.

"Noncurrent records" means:
1. Records that are not needed for the conduct of current operations and are not required to be retained in the office in which they originate (see the definition of "record"); or
2. Records stored in a records storage facility that are not needed for the conduct of current operations and are not required to be retained in the office in which they originate. (See the definitions of "records center" or "records storage facility.")

"Off-site storage" means:
a storage facility with environmental and physical controls for the secure storage and retrieval of paper documents, duplicate microfilm, optical, magnetic and other alternate storage media for the recovery and reinstitution of records and information systems in the aftermath of partial or total system failures. (See also the definitions of "records center" or "records storage facility.")

"Permanent records" means:
1. Records which have a permanent or enduring administrative, legal, fiscal, research or historical value and, in consequence thereof, must be retained and preserved indefinitely by the originating agency or transferred to an archives; or
2. Records which have a permanent or enduring administrative, legal, fiscal, research or historical value and, in consequence thereof, are retained and preserved indefinitely by the State Archives.

"Political subdivision" means and includes:
any city, municipality, township, county district, authority, or other public corporation, instrumentality or entity created by the State, mandated by constitution, or created by an act of the Legislature.

"Public record" or "public records" (see the definition of "record").

"Public administrative building" means:
any permanent structure or portion thereof, wholly, or partly enclosed, which is intended to provide offices, courtrooms, workrooms, laboratories, hearing rooms, meeting rooms and auditoriums, which are intended for the use or accommodation of public agencies or the general public for any category or classification thereof in connection with the furtherance of public law or policy necessarily or incidentally requiring the provision of such accommodations or facilities, together with all its grounds and appurtenant structures and facilities.

"Record" or "records" means:
pursuant to P.L. 1953, c.410, § 2 as amended by P.L. 1994, c.140, § 3 (N.J.S.A 47:3-16), any paper, written or printed book, document or drawing, map or plan, photograph, microfilm, data processed or image processed document, sound-recording or similar device, or any copy thereof which has been made or is required by law to be received for filing, indexing, or reproducing by any officer, commission, agency or authority of the State or of any political subdivision thereof, including subordinate boards thereof, or that has been received by any such officer, commission, agency or authority of the State or of any political subdivision thereof, including subordinate boards thereof, in connection with the transaction of public business and has been retained by such recipient or its successor as evidence of its activities or because of the information contained therein.

"Records center" or "records storage facility" means:
1. Generally, a facility established and maintained pursuant to the provision of N.J.A.C 15:3-6, Storage of Public Records, for economical and efficient storage and servicing of noncurrent records pending the expiration of their approved retention periods and their disposal or transfer to an archives; or an intermediate area where agencies send inactive material which is maintained in an accessible manner until the agency obtains authority for its disposal; and
2. Specifically, the State Records Center or other records storage facilities established under N.J.S. 47:2-7, pursuant to the provisions in the Governor's Reorganization Plan, filed April 25, 1983, and maintained for economical and efficient storage and servicing of noncurrent public records pending the expiration of their approved retention periods and planned disposal or transfer to the State Archives.

"Records Officer" or "Records Liaison Officer" means:
any person or persons designated by the head or the governing body of a State agency in the executive or legislative branches of State government or independent State authorities or commissions, or county, municipality, school districts, independent local authorities or commissions or other local agencies, according to the provisions of N.J.A.C. 15:3-1.5(a)3, whose responsibilities include the development and oversight of archives and records management programs of such agency.

"Recordkeeping requirements" means:
1. Generally, statements in statutes, regulations, or agency directives providing general and specific guidance on particular records to be created, received, or filed and maintained by an agency, including good recordkeeping practices; or
2. Specifically, since every public agency is legally obligated to create and maintain adequate and proper documentation of its organization, functions, transactions, and activities, the guidelines, policies and procedures established by an agency for recordkeeping for any activity, transaction, or record media or to distinguish records from nonrecord materials or public records from personal papers.

"Records management" means:
1. The systematic application of professional methodologies, practices and techniques for the effective, efficient and economical management, use, processing, protection, preservation, and disposition of records; or
2. The planning, managing, controlling, directing, organizing, training, promoting, and other managerial activities related to the creation, maintenance, use, and disposition of records to achieve adequate and proper documentation of State and local policies and transactions and effective, efficient and economical management, operation, and administration of public agencies.

"Records management system" or "records system" means:
the combination of technical and human resources and policies and procedures for records creation, collection, acquisition, filing, processing, storage, use, dissemination, maintenance, and disposition.

"Records series" means:
any group or groups of related records which are normally used and filed as a unit and which permit evaluation as a unit for disposition purposes.

"Register" means:
1. Generally, a book, list or record of items, acts, names, or events recorded and kept for reference, access, control, or planning purposes; or
2. Specifically, the centralized list or record maintained for systematic recording and retrieval of information regarding public records pertaining to the administration of the provisions of this title, including but not limited to identification of record series and the function, location, custodian, retention schedule, personal or confidential nature of such record series and related recordkeeping systems.

"Report" means a narrative, statistical, graphic, or other account of operations, conditions, plans, or projections that is recorded on any medium for submission by one person, office or agency to another.

"Reports management" means:
the systematic control and direction of the production, maintenance and distribution of reports, including establishment of drafting and review standards by an agency, physical format and control standards, and other management procedures.

"Retention schedule" means:
a list or other instrument describing public records and their minimum retention periods and planned disposition, approved by the State Records Committee, pursuant to N.J.S. 47:3-19 et seq.

"Records series" means:
any groups of related records which are normally used and filed as a unit and which permit evaluation as a unit for disposition purposes.

"Retention period" means:
the period of time that must elapse before the records are disposed of or transferred to an archive; specifically, in the case of State agencies, the State Archives.

"Semicurrent records" means:
1. Any records that are needed only infrequently for the conduct of current operations of an agency and are not required to be retained in the office in which they were created, received, or accumulated (see also the definitions of "record" and "noncurrent record"); or
2. Records stored in a records storage facility that are needed only infrequently for the conduct of current operations and are not required to be retained in the office in which they originate. (See the definitions of "records center" or "records storage facility.")

"Short-term record" means:
any public record with a retention period of three years or less after creation, filing or completion, unless otherwise specified in standards, rules or regulations promulgated by the State Records Committee. (See also the definition of "record.")

"State agency" means:
the following, currently or previously existing or to be established:
1. The Office of the Governor and any of the departments in the Executive Branch of State government;
2. Any division, board, bureau, office, commission, council, authority, institution, office or officers or other instrumentality within or created by the departments in 1 above;
3. The Legislature of the State and any office, board, bureau or commission within or created by the Legislative Branch of the State government;
4. Any independent State authority, commission, district, institution, or instrumentality or agency;
5. Any subordinate office or agency of 1 through 4 above;
6. Any office, officer, official, board, or governing body of 1 through 5 above; or
7. Any combination of 1 through 6 above.

"State Archives" means:
the "New Jersey State Archives" or "Office of Archives and History,"pursuant to P.L. 1994, c.140, § 10 (N.J.S.A. 47:1-15), an establishment maintained by the Division of Archives and Records Management in the Department of State as established under the Governor's Reorganization Plan, filed April 25, 1983, and as set out under N.J.S.A. 18A:73-26; and the successor to the Public Records Office established under P.L. 1920, c.46, as amended by P.L. 1924, c.203 (N.J.S.A. 47:2-1 to 8):

1. For the preservation of those public records and related material that have been determined by the division to have sufficient historical and other permanent or enduring value to warrant their continued preservation by the State;
2. For the maintenance, administration, and use of public records that have been accepted by the division for physical and legal transfer to its custody; and
3. For publishing, exhibiting, and disseminating, by means of public educational programs and research materials, information relating to the management and preservation of public records and to the history of the State of New Jersey and its political subdivisions.

"State Records Committee" or "the Committee" means:
the Committee composed of the State Treasurer, the Attorney General, the State Auditor, the Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs, and the Director of the Division of Archives and Records Management, and two representatives of State and local agencies, or their designated representatives, as established under P.L. 1953, c.410, § 6 (N.J.S. 47:3-20 et al.), to approve retention schedules, review requests for disposal of public records, approve standards, rules and regulations pertaining to public records, and advise on public records access requests.

"State Records Storage Center" or "State Records Center"

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