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Developing and Operating a Records Retention Program A Guideline (Arma International"s Standards Record Retention Subcommittee) by Arma International

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Published by A R M A International .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • General,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8389189M
ISBN 100933887183
ISBN 109780933887183

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Get this from a library! Guidelines, developing and operating a records retention program. [ARMA Standards Program.; Association of Records Managers and Administrators.] A records retention program provides for the review, retention and destruction of records received or created in the course of regular business activities. It contains and helps maintain the guidelines for how long certain records should be kept and the conditions in which they should be :// Cross-Reference: Records Retention Policy – Purpose: These Operating Procedures are written to establish the process for implementation of and compliance with the College’s Records Retention Policy.. Scope: These Operating Procedures apply to all College employees and College Records (as defined in the Records Retention Policy) for all JCCC /policies/administrative-services/records/   Attached as Appendix A is a Record Retention Schedule that is approved as the initial maintenance, retention and disposal schedule for physical records of {Insert Name of Organization} and the retention and disposal of electronic documents. The {Insert Title of Policy Administrator} (the “Administrator”) is the officer in charge of

  A. The specific objectives of the records management program are: 1. To establish responsibilities and requirements for developing, implementing and maintaining an efficient and effective, NARA-compliant records management program at ED. 2. To facilitate ED’s transition to full electronic recordkeeping as the foundation   Monitoring the records management program Describe how, when and by whom the records management program will be monitored. Make a commitment to reviewing the policy and monitoring compliance. When conducting a review of the policy, consider its relevance, continuing appropriateness and staff awareness of its :// 2 days ago  A compliant records and information management program, also known as, is imperative for all organizations to manage their physical and electronic records throughout their volumes of information rise in today’s ever-changing regulatory environment, it’s become a necessity for companies to implement consistent and accountable records management :// Book: All Authors / Contributors: Association of Records Managers and Administrators. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 86 pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Developing and operating a records retention program

This book is a new edition from the previous "Field Guide to Developing, Operating and Restoring Your Nonprofit Board,” which already provided comprehensive, step-by-step information about how to form, operate and evaluate high-quality nonprofit ://   Records Management SOP Page 8 of 10 Standard Operating Procedure SOP Ref: SOP//08 NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED Version February Records Disposal The Record Retention Schedule governs the time period particular record series are retained. This can be governed by legislation, regulation or by professional best ://   retention policy, including a Records Retention Schedule is the foundation of a good records management program. This is the platform for thorough protection of organizational assets and the surest method to avoid risk and litigation. A Records Retention Schedule is a document that an organization uses to ensure that records are   David O. Stephens, CRM, CMC, FAI, and Roderick C. Wallace, CRM Building on their groundbreaking book on electronic records retention, David Stephens and Roderick Wallace have authored a comprehensive new book that defines a practical methodology for applying the principles of records retention to computer-based recordkeeping ://+Records+Retention:+New+Strategies+for+Data.