Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
5/20/2022

Part VIII. Storage

17VAC15-50-150. Storage.

The computer-output microfilm shall be verified for completeness and accuracy by the agency or governmental entity. If the original silver master is to be transferred to the Imaging Services Branch, The Library of Virginia, for storage following established Retention and Disposition Schedules, then it must also meet the "Guidelines for Film, Microfiche or Optical Media for Security Storage at the Library of Virginia." Each microform shall be placed in enclosures which are free of acids and peroxides and meet the requirements in IT9.2—1991 Imaging Media—Photographic Processed Films. Adequate descriptive material shall be provided with the film to facilitate accessioning and retrieval.

Statutory Authority

§§ 42.1-8 and 42.1-82 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR440-01-137.5 § 8.1, eff. July 9, 1986; amended, Virginia Register Volume 7, Issue 24, eff. October 1, 1991; Volume 17, Issue 14, eff. May 1, 2001.

17VAC15-50-160. Inspection.

At approximately two-year intervals, a sample of randomly selected reels or fiche of microfilm in storage shall be inspected according to MS45—1990 Recommended Practice for Inspection of Stored Silver-Gelatin Microforms for Evidence of Deterioration.

Statutory Authority

§§ 42.1-8 and 42.1-82 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR440-01-137.5 § 8.2, eff. July 9, 1986; amended, Virginia Register Volume 7, Issue 24, eff. October 1, 1991; Volume 17, Issue 14, eff. May 1, 2001.

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