Finance and Repositories
Finance and Repositories
Finance and Repositories' areas of responsibility include the Danish National Archives' finance-related functions, the collection of physical records and the operation of our buildings.
We have the overall responsibility for accounting, budgeting and financial management and prepare financial follow-ups, management information and financial analyses. Finance and Repositories is responsible for managing the Danish National Archives’ financial framework in dialogue with the Ministry of Culture.
The Finance and Repositories division is also responsible for the management of the Danish National Archives’ physical archives. We ensure that the collection of physical records is stored in the best possible way, both in terms of climate and security and in relation to stock control and inventory management. At the same time, we are responsible for archive operation and transport of records to the reading rooms and scanning in Viborg.
In addition, Finance and Repositories division is responsible for all operations-related procurement and answers questions concerning public procurement in general. The division is responsible for the buildings of the Danish National Archives and its cooperation with the Danish Building and Property Agency and Public Private Partnership (PPP), and is responsible for the physical security of all the Danish National Archives’ buildings.
We establish and adjust the Danish National Archives’ financial framework and handle ministerial requests relating to financial matters.
We are responsible for financial management in the Danish National Archives and regularly following up on consumption.
We carry out controlling, bookkeeping and reconciliation.
We provide guidance internally in the Danish National Archives in relation to public procurement, and are responsible for operations-related procurement and guidance on public procurement rules.
We are responsible for the operation of archives in the Danish National Archives, collection inspections, debugging in Daisy and acquisitions.
Our work also covers loans to the museums and government information reuse as well as transporting records to the Danish National Archives’ reading rooms.
We are responsible for building operations and maintain and develop the Danish National Archives’ physical premises. We are also responsible for security and access control.
We are ready to help with a smile at the Danish National Archives’ reception desk in Copenhagen, and we also reroute phone calls to all divisions within the Danish National Archives.
The Danish National Archives has approximately 250 employees across the country.