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ARMA International's Generally Accepted Record-Keeping Principles: An IT Viewpoint

Published: 07 June 2010

ID: G00172757

Analyst(s): Debra Logan


In 2009, ARMA International published a set of guidelines that companies should follow when creating records management programs. Making these guidelines operational will require IT involvement.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • GARP Addresses the Leadership, Governance and Integrity Issues Inherent in Records Management
  • GARP Can Be Used to Address the Automation Issues Inherent in Electronic Records Management
  • Implementing the Principles of Protection, Disposition and Transparency in an Electronic System
  • Records Management Must Be Someone's Job

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