What is PARIS?

PARIS is an integrated approach by the University of Alberta for managing University information and records. Records and information management is meant to be deliberate and pragmatic.

PARIS stakeholders include the University Records Office; Information & Privacy Office: University of Alberta Archives; and the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer.

Why is PARIS important to the University?

Launched in 2020 and led by the University Records Office, PARIS incorporates and addresses intersectional information management issues to allow University Units to identify, accept and mitigate the risks they are accountable for when managing University information.

What can PARIS do for you?

PARIS assesses a Unit's compliance with the University of Alberta Records Management Policy.

PARIS ensures University information and records are captured, used, and managed appropriately, and that the risk around records and information (for instance, being misused, unable to be found, not reliable) is understood and mitigated.

Contact any of the PARIS stakeholder groups for more information.