Check-up 2.0 – a tool for assessing your agency's information and records management
Check-up 2.0 is a secure, web-based application for Australian Government agencies to assess their information and records management capability. The Government Digital Transition policy requires that all agencies do an annual whole-of-agency assessment for three years between 2011 and 2013. This year's assessments are due for submission to the National Archives by 30 August 2013.
Check-up 2.0 is divided into strategy and practice parts, with various sections and questions in each. The questions are grouped into five types of assessments:
- minimum requirements for information and records management
- additional recommendations for information and records management
- complete assessment which combines minimum requirements and additional recommendations
- requirements for records of high-risk business recommended by the Archives for each area of high-risk business
- requirements for a business information system.
Questions in Check-up 2.0 are derived from:
- National Archives standards, policies and guidelines
- international and Australian standards for information and records management such as ISO 15489 and ISO 16175
- guidance and policies from other Australian Government bodies.
Accessing Check-up 2.0
If you are a registered user of Check-up 2.0, you can log in via the link located at the top right of this page. Australian Government agencies which have not yet registered can request access by completing the access form.
How can Check-up 2.0 results be used in my agency?
Reports from Check-up 2.0 assessments can be used to:
- identify strengths and weaknesses in your information and records management
- identify areas of high risk where information and records management needs extra attention
- prioritise other areas of information and records management that need attention
- support a case for resources or initiatives to improve information and records management
- report to senior management on how well your agency meets the National Archives' minimum requirements for basic records management
- assist in planning and developing strategies, policies, procedures and training materials.
For further information
For further information about Check-up 2.0, please email email@example.com.