Utah Regional Repository Program

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  • 1. Utah RegionalRepository Program
  • 2. Utah State Archives Mission “To assist Utah government agencies in theefficient management of their records, to preserve those records of enduring value, and to provide quality access to public information.”
  • 3. USHRAB and State Archives Recognized:o Need for preservation of local historicrecords and need for local accesso Existence of institutions with sharedinterest in local recordso Opportunity for partnerships
  • 4. Regional Repository Program
  • 5. Regional Repository ProgramState Colleges and Universities Dixie State College (Washington County) Snow College (Sevier and Sanpete Counties) Southern Utah University(Beaver, Iron, Kane, Garfield, Piute, and Wayne Counties) Utah State University (Rich, Box Elder, and Cache Counties) Utah Valley University (Utah, Juab, Millard, and Wasatch Counties) Weber State University (Weber and Davis Counties)
  • 6. Regional Repository Program Local Libraries, Archives, and Historical SocietiesEmery County Archives(Emery County)Grand County Library(Grand and San Juan Counties)Morgan County Historical Society(Morgan County)Uintah County Regional History Center(Duchesne, Uintah, and Daggett Counties)The Western Railroad and Mining Museum(Carbon County)
  • 7. Regional Repository Requirementso A government-affiliated institution, organization, or agency Long-term commitment from a ogovernment entity for administrativeand financial support of a repository
  • 8. Regional Repository Requirements Space adequate for the storage and opreservation of historic records, as well as a facility to provide public access to the records.o Staff trained in the care and preservation of historic records and knowledgeable in standards for public access.
  • 9. Role of the State Archiveso Provide authority “umbrella” for management of permanent government records.o Provide training and consultation for regional repository staff in care and preservation ofhistoric records and in the particulars of public access to government records (i.e. GRAMA) o Provide microfilming services to facilitate preservation and access to historic records
  • 10. Role of Regional RepositoriesoProvide a repository for localgovernment recordso Provide a repository for other localhistoric records, i.e. private papers,institutional and company records,photographs, etc.
  • 11. Role of Regional Repositorieso Work with State Archives to see thatvaluable local government records arepreservedo Acquire training in the care, processing,and public access for government recordso Provide access to local historic recordso Host local workshops
  • 12. Regional Repository Program A mutually beneficial partnershipbetween the State Archives and localrepositories focused on preservation and enhanced public access to local government records