6000 - Information Technology, General
Records not shown elsewhere in the information technology section which relate generally to information management/information technology (IM/IT) responsibilities of B.C. government ministries and agencies in compliance with the policies and standards of the offices of the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Officer.
Record types include correspondence, forms, and reports.
NOTE: Only records that cannot be classified in a more specific primary or secondary may be classified under this primary.
For IM/IT product research and technological innovations, see secondary 737-25.
For IM/IT projects, see 6450-20.
For IM/IT security, see primary 470.
For IM/IT strategic planning and related plans (e.g., information resource management plans), see secondary 400-20.
For knowledge management, see secondary 400-20.
For orders (e.g., Oracle iStore), see primary 825.
For userIDs, see primary 470.
The ministry or agency OPR is the computing services branch or equivalent, unless otherwise specified below.
non-OPR NOTE: Offices will retain non-OPR copies of records for: SO nil DE
|6000-00||Policy and procedures||SO||nil||DE|
(covers computer systems technology standards, system development standards, draft system development standards, and change management standards)
DE = IM/IT standards can be destroyed because IM/IT standards are adequately documented in records retained from the Office of the Chief Information Officer, the Chief Technology Office, and Workplace Technology Services.
|6000-03||IM/IT subject files
(covers office automation, new technology, environmental concerns, electronic data interchange [EDI], and related topics)
|6000-20||IT service request authorization
(covers requests for information technology services [RFS], telecommunications service requests, and requests for radio communication services)
SO = upon approval by expense authority or cancellation
NOTE: Classify IT orders (e.g., Oracle iStore orders) under primary 825. Classify user ID authorizations under primary 470.