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Transitory information is information of temporary usefulness that is needed only for a limited period of time in order to complete a routine action or prepare a final record.How is the word transitory different from other adjectives like it?
Some common synonyms of transitory are ephemeral, evanescent, fleeting, fugitive, momentary, and transient. While all these words mean "lasting or staying only a short time," transitory applies to what is by its nature or essence bound to change, pass, or come to an end.Are transitory records essential to the fulfillment of statutory obligations?
Transitory records are not essential to the fulfillment of statutory obligations or to the documentation of University functions.Who is required to comply with the transitory Records directive?
Compliance with the Transitory Records Directive is mandatory for all government employees and other individuals working on the behalf of a department or other public body as defined in the Management of Information Act. Resources available to support the management of Transitory Records include: