Tasić & Partners team has prepared a Newsletter with key information and answers to common questions and concerns regarding the implementation of the Regulation on unique technical and technological requirements and procedures for the storage and protection of archival material and documentary material in electronic form, which takes effect from January 1, 2024.
What is the subject of this Regulation?
– The Regulation sets out technical requirements and procedures for storing electronic documents and archival material.
Who does this Regulation apply to?
– All creators and holders of electronic documents, with varying obligations for governmental bodies and private entities. Governmental bodies use eArchive, while private entities can choose their own software solution.
What are the obligations related to storing electronic documents?
– Governmental bodies and organizations are obligated to use eArchive, while private entities can select software for reliable storage. Private entities already storing documents with governmental bodies won’t need to additionally archive certain documents.
What is the frequency of archiving electronic documents, and does the Regulation apply to documents created before 2024?
– The frequency of archiving electronic documents isn’t explicitly defined yet. Additionally, it hasn’t been confirmed whether the Regulation will apply to documents created before January 1, 2024, or only those created after that date.
What changes are expected in the Regulation and how will they affect private entities?
– Anticipated changes in the Regulation will likely exempt private entities from the obligation to store electronic documents if those documents are already stored with governmental bodies or organizations.
For all key information and answers to common questions regarding the implementation of the Regulation on electronic archiving, download the complete NEWSLETTER in PDF format by clicking HERE.
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