This work is a study of the current authenticity practices of records in Norway. The study is limited to public administration records at municipality level, specifically municipality and city archives. Norway has a well structured records management tradition but when transferring records from the records creators to the archives, integrity is still inadequate for the current information demands with regards to authenticity, a prerequisite for Trust. This has been observed with the Noark records, as an instrumental case study. This research is of significance to the ABM group, the general archival community in Norway and beyond that can identify with Norway's current authenticity management of archival records.