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A records schedule constitutes CSOSA's official policy on how long to keep Agency records (retention) and what to do with them afterwards (disposition).

The General Records Schedules (GRS) are issued by the National Archives and Records Administration and contain disposal authority for records common to several or all agencies of the Federal Government.

Introduction to the General Records Schedules

Schedule 1. Civilian Personnel Records

Schedule 2. Payrolling and Pay Administration Records

Schedule 3. Procurement, Supply, and Grant Records

Schedule 4. Property Disposal Records

Schedule 5. Budget Preparation, Presentation, and Apportionment Records

Schedule 6. Accountable Officers' Accounts Records

Schedule 7. Expenditure Accounting Records

Schedule 8. Stores, Plant, and Cost Accounting Records

Schedule 9. Travel and Transportation Records

Schedule 10. Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Operations Records

Schedule 11. Space and Maintenance Records

Schedule 12. Communications Records

Schedule 13. Printing, Binding, Duplication, and Distribution Records

Schedule 14. Information Services Records

Schedule 15. Housing Records

Schedule 16. Administrative Management Records

Schedule 17. Cartographic, Aerial Photographic, Architectural, and Engineering Records

Schedule 18. Security and Protective Services Records

Schedule 19. RESERVED

Schedule 20. Electronic Records

Schedule 21. Audiovisual Records

Schedule 22. Inspector General Records (WITHDRAWN)

Schedule 23. Records Common to Most Offices Within Agencies

Schedule 24. Information Technology Operations and Management Records

Schedule 25. Ethics Program Records

Schedule 26. Temporary Commissions, Boards, Councils and Committees

Schedule 27. Records of the Chief Information Officer

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