Records Management Journal: Volume 13 Issue 2


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Building the corporate memory in the e‐environment

Paul Sutcliffe

Focuses on the records management function in organisations. Describes how organisations should organise their most vital asset, which is information and how they should…


Applying the Australian Series system to the management of current records

Paul Feldman

The Australian Series system is an archival control or metadata system, used primarily to describe records in the custody of archival institutions. However, the article…


Are ISO 15489‐1:2001 and ISAD(G) compatible? Part 2

Elizabeth Shepherd, Victoria West

Part 1 of this article presented a provisional set of metadata elements for the implementation of ISO 15489‐1 Information and Documentation – Records Management. In Part 2…


Assessing the impact of ISO 15489 – a preliminary investigation

Julie McLeod

This article shares the results of a preliminary investigation into the impact of ISO 15489, the international records management standard, conducted between January 2002…


Integrated management and services for urban development records, archives and information: a research agenda

Xiaomi An, Michael Cook

This paper introduces a research agenda on “integrated management and services for urban development records, archives and information”, a national research project…


Archives and records management in Kenya: problems and prospects

Nathan Mnjama

The Kenya National Archives and Documentation Services is seen as a success story by many other African archival institutions. The Department has made major strides in…

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  • Dr Elizabeth Lomas
  • Sarah R Demb, MLIS