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The Preservation of Records Described as Permanent.
Identify and mark these records for preservation and transfer to the
appropriate Federal Records Center (FRC). Eventually the records will be offered to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
In appraising records to determine their current retention standards, first determine which records have research, legal, historical, or scientific values that are worthy of
preservation. The remaining records then are
Permanent files are designated in
this instruction under the _____ subject heading pertaining to the activity or organization's primary function or mission.
True or False. Temporary records are to be held by the naval activity or an FRC for the prescribed retention period and then destroyed.
Local Historical Records are approved by
Commanding officer
Establishing Retention Standards. Standards are developed based on:
(1) recommendations of headquarters activities that sponsor the SSIC under which the records or
files are identified; and (2) general government-wide standards pertinent to Naval/Marine Corps records.
Who submits proposed retention standards to the Archivist of the United
States for final approval?
Records retention standards are numbered according to
SECNAV Manual 5210 (the Department of the Navy File Maintenance Procedures and SSIC)
Who approves retention standards?
The Secretary of the Navy
Exceptions to Standards when Litigation, Investigations, and Exceptions are Pending
will not be destroyed, but retained, until the litigation is settled, the
investigation is completed, or the exception is cleared.
any records not covered
cannot be destroyed and must be treated as
Recommendations for new or revised standards should be
submitted on a
Standard Form 115