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facilitative records

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Broader Term: 

n. ~ A document that has been preserved because it supports (facilitates) the operations and management of an agency, but which does not relate directly to programs that help the agency achieve its mission.

Notes: 

More commonly called administrative support records or housekeeping records. These records are common to most organizations. Examples include routine correspondence or interoffice communications; records relating to human resources, equipment and supplies, and facilities; reference materials, routine activity reports, work assignments, appointment books, and telephone logs.