Guideline: Publishing to the Policy Library
- All documents are published through CGRO.
- Custodianship of the policy document is retained by the relevant Service Division or other responsible area.
- No changes will be made to published or new documents, and repealed documents will not be removed, without permission of the Responsible Officer or Responsible Executive (whichever applies) of the relevant Service Division or other responsible area.
- Policy practitioners should ensure that:
- All new and revised documents for publication to the Policy Library are sent to CGRO for publication. Documentation should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All documents should be in the correct template (with correct publishable style formats) and have completed purpose, overview, scope, definition and delegations sections as identified in the template. Templates may be downloaded from the Policy governance framework webpage.
- Correct publishable style formats include the below styles:
- Normal text;
- List number;
- List bullet;
- List alpha;
- Headings 1, 2, 3 and 4.
- All documents should be accompanied by either a Policy document approval form or a Policy document minor amendment approval form. Please ensure all sections are completed, otherwise, CGRO cannot ensure timely publication of the policy document.
- For further guidance and advice please contact the University Policy Manager any time at email@example.com or on (02) 6125 4728.
|Printable version (PDF)|
|Title||Publishing to the Policy Library|
|Purpose||Provides guidelines on what to provide to CGRO when requesting publication (or repeal) of a document on the ANU Policy website.|
|Topic/ SubTopic||Governance & Structure|
|Effective Date||25 Aug 2022|
|Next Review Date||25 Aug 2027|
|Responsible Officer:||Director, Corporate Governance and Risk Office|
|Approved By:||Director, Corporate Governance and Risk Office|
|Contact Area||Corporate Governance and Risk Office|
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