Records and Information Privacy

A sound governance system includes the documentation and saving of certain information (records) that allows for the First Nation to operate smoothly and also for Council to meet the accountability and transparency expectations of its members.

Council must create a policy for the records of the First Nation that includes the creation, upkeep, security, storage, access, and removal of these records. These records must follow any legal rules and standards that are in place.

This policy must include the steps for receiving and managing requests for information that the First Nation has access to, must release, and keep private.

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Record and Information Management