Records Management Quarterly

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 4, October

A System for the Storage and Management of Research and Development Records
A System for the Storage and Management of Research and Development Records Research organizations are faced with a growing demand for records management systems that ensure information generated by research projects is efficiently distributed and...
Electronic Records Management in State Government: Planning for the Information Age
Electronic Records Management in State Government: Planning for the Information Age The orderly and systematic management of records is of vital importance to any organization. State governments, as major producers and providers of information, have...
Information Technology's Tortoise and Hare
Information Technology's Tortoise and Hare The British Government and businesses have been trying for some time to promote the idea of information technology (by this is meant mainly computers, but also anything electronic or digitised). There was...
Legal Requirements for Electronic Data Interchange Records
Legal Requirements for Electronic Data Interchange Records Electronic data interchange (EDI) represents a logical extension from our traditional recordkeeping practices. Although EDI systems generally perform traditional accounting and purchasing...
Strengthening the Vendor-Customer Relationship: What Every Records Manager Should Know
Strengthening the Vendor-Customer Relationship: What Every Records Manager Should Know Is there a records manager who has not had an unsatisfactory business transaction with a vendor? Probably not, but one wonders why that is the case since both parties...
The Accelerating Growth of Paper-Based Filing
The Accelerating Growth of Paper-Based Filing The chart below dramatically illustrates our challenge and opportunity as records managers and administrators. It is worth studying. It shows the total production of paperboard used exclusively for the...
The Role of the Archive in the Corporate Structure
The Role of the Archive in the Corporate Structure The twentieth century has witnessed the slow but steady emergence of the archive as a useful part of the corporate structure. The exact nature of a business archive is difficult to define; it often...
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