Records Management Records management addresses the life cycle of records, i.e., the period of time the records are in the possession of GitLab. The life cycle usually consists of three stages: 1) Creation or receipt; 2) Maintenance or use; and 3) Destruction or retention. This policy is used in conjunction with the Records Retention and Disposal Standard. Records retention does not mean permanent retention. There are certain situations where documents must be preserved permanently, but most records need only be retained for a specified period of time. When the retention period for a particular record expires, we should destroy or delete the record. However, if we destroy or delete a record before its retention period expires, GitLab may be subject to penalties and sanctions. Unnecessary retention of records creates significant burdens for GitLab. For example, unnecessary records take up valuable storage space and make retrieval of needed records more difficult and costly. Consequently, GitLab recommends destruction of records after the retention period expires, except in those instances where GitLab directs otherwise (such as when a Litigation Hold is issued by the Legal Department). In other words, GitLab requires adherence to the records retention requirements and recommends the destruction of records according to the Retention Schedule.
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