Records Management Laws

Laws Cited in Records Schedules

GS 20-166, Accident Reports
GS 97-92, Workmen's Compensation Records
GS 126-22, Personnel Files not Subject to Inspection
GS 126-23, Personnel Files Subject to Inspection
GS 126-24, Confidential Information in Personnel Files; Access to Such Information
21 CFR 312
21 CFR 812
FERPA, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act 20 USCA 1232g
HIPAA for Academic Medical Centers
USC 5 Sec. 552a

Records Management Legislation in North Carolina

As a state agency, ECU is subject to two pieces of legislation concerned with records management. GS-121 the North Carolina Archives and History Act outlines the authority of the state archives to direct records management programs in all state agencies. GS-132 the North Carolina State Public Records Law defines public records; access to and care for those records; and methods of destruction of public records. Click here for more information on GS-121 & GS-132 .

Records Management Laws - ECU

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