Archival accreditation is a quality assurance process through which a record-keeping facility of the Seventh-day Adventist Church can demonstrate that it meets the minimum record-keeping standards and guidelines recommended by the Office of Archives, Statistics and Research (ASTR). ASTR is committed to improving the quality of records management in Adventist Church organizations worldwide, and the accreditation process is part of that commitment.

You can learn more about the benefits of archival accreditation and see the specifications of ASTR’s accreditation process at

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