Transparency data: Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO): retention schedule

Department For International Development

March 22
15:29 2023


TheFCDOretention schedule lists the different types of records we produce and the minimum length of time we keep them for. This complies with the Public Records Acts and other legislation.

We use the retention schedule to ensure our records are kept for as long as we need them. Records of historic interest are retained for the public record and eventually transferred toThe National Archives.

Published 28 October 2020
Last updated 22 March 2023 +show all updates
  1. New Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) records retention and disposal policy has replaced the DFID retention schedule and the FCO records retention and disposal policy.

  2. First published.

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