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Policies and plans

Public task statement

This sets out the functions carried out by Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service and what information is available for re-use under the Re-Use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005.

Our plans for the future

For further information, please print out this document.

Policies relating to the acquisition and management of collections

These policies are available as a web page or to print out:

Cataloguing standards

We also have a policy on cataloguing standards. Please contact us to request a copy.

Policies relating to the provision of services to the public

These policies are available to print out:

Consultation

We also have a strategy relating to consultation. Please contact us to request a copy.

Policies relating to the management of the Archive Service

This policy is available as a web page: 

Fundraising

We also have a policy relating to Fundraising. Please contact us to request a copy.

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