Each state agency has signed a customized document that indicates with which of the 16 functions that agency engages. The spreadsheet summarizes the responsibilities of state agencies, grouped into the three branches of state government as well as independent commissions, occupational licensing boards and commissions, and other state agencies.

The files listed on this page are the components of the Functional Schedule for State Agencies. If you would like to see descriptions of each component, visit the Functional Schedule page.

These interactive record type guides provide state employees with a tool to identify similar record types that appear in various parts of the Functional Schedule for North Carolina State Agencies, depending on why they are created or received.

In many state agencies, the job of keeping tabs on records management activities is greater than one individual can accomplish.  So a number of state agencies have designated records liaisons to assist the Chief Records Officer.  The Government Records Section had produced a manual to assist these records liaisons in understanding their role and in being able to answer questions for their colleagues.  It highlights relevant resources and answers common questions.

The destructions log and file plan are forms agencies may use to track their records. The electronic records policy is a template to guide agencies in creating their own procedures and policy to maintain trustworthy electronic records. The record series evaluation form should be submitted if an agency has new records that are not already represented within the Functional Schedule for North Carolina State Agencies.

There are certain record types in the Functional Schedule for North Carolina State Agencies that belong only to particular agencies.  These record types and the custodial agencies are identified in this spreadsheet, alongside the relevant records control number.

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