Records Management Quarterly

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 3, July

An Automated Solution to the Superfund Documentation Problem
Cleanups of emergency or long-term hazardous waste sites in the United States are handled through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Superfund program as mandated by the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act...
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A New Look at Information Systems and Records Management
The success or failure of modern organizations now depends heavily on the adequacy of the information and records used as a basis for executive and managerial decision making, as well as on compliance with state, local, and federal regulations. Many...
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A PR Plan for Records Managers
A Public Relations Plan--for yourself?. Be serious! You're a records manager, not a rock star, entertainer, or politician, right? Wrong! Even if you don't consider yourself to be a salesperson, there are two products you are going to HAVE to learn...
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The Use of Transportation Methods to Achieve Efficiencies in Data Placement
With the advent of new technologies in the computer industry, computing resources have become available and accessible to more businesses and at lower costs. Computing resources are microcomputers (hereafter called PCs) or mainframe computers, data...
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The Value of Enhanced Service in Cost Justification
A company must provide a service to generate income. It must manage this income to make a profit, not only to stay in business but for the leverage it needs to grow and change. Above all, it must develop its employees which are its ultimate resource,...
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