The Kansas Historical Society had a six-month time period in which to shut down its State Records Center. Major tasks besides the physical shutdown of the center included transferring archival records to the State Archives and reappraising existing retention and disposition schedules to ensure non-archival records were not transferred.
Huggard, Marcella (Wiget). “Macro (Re)Appraisal: Does This Really Need to Come to the State Archives?” Government Records Case Studies. Society of American Archivists - Government Records Section, March 2016. http://files.archivists.org/pubs/GovtRecordsCaseStudies/CASE-1-MacroReappraisal.pdf
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