Overhaul of RBA archive sees a third of records digitalised


The Reserve Bank of Australia is digitising a substantial portion of its archives in an effort to give members of the public better access to the central bank’s records.

As part of its quarterly review, the central bank provided an update on its archive overhaul, noting nearly a third of the records in the “open-access period” have already been digitised.

The Archives Act 1983 requires the RBA to allow access to records 20 years after their creation – the open access period. At the discretion

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