(1) A transaction which leads to the transfer of public lands, and possibly the resources in these lands, from the Federal Government. (2) Relates to the retention and destruction of records. All records, regardless of media, should be part of a disposition schedule that directs the length of retention and location of records. (3) The actions taken regarding records no longer needed in current office space. These actions include transfer to agency storage facilities or Federal records centers, transfer from one Federal agency to another, transfer of permanent records to the National Archives, and disposal of temporary records. Disposition is the third stage; the records life cycle. (4) The actions taken regarding nonrecord materials when no longer needed, including screening and destruction.