Records Management Journal: Volume 14 Issue 1


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Information strategies: are we aligning the business case with enterprise planning?

Len Asprey

Focuses on the requirement for business and government enterprises to address the problems associated with managing the various types of information assets, such as…


From Sumeria to Sunny Hill: are we still cooking the books?

Anne Chapman

The accuracy, completeness and authenticity of a record assure its reliability as an acceptable informational and evidential document. An evaluative, historical survey of…

Creating a system for public information: the Swedish aid agency’s transformation to electronic administration

Per Granath, Stefan Alariksson, Sverker Axelsson

The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) is in the process of transition from paper‐based to electronic administration. This process includes the…

Assessing records management in China against ISO 15489 and the implications

Xiaomi An, Hongyan Jiao

ISO 15489 has provided best practice guidelines for records management which have many implications to the world. This paper, based on the results of a research project…


Is the Freedom of Information Act driving records management in further education colleges?

Sheila Edward, Julie McLeod

This article presents key findings from a JISC‐funded research project “Developing records management in further education: responding to the requirements of the Freedom…

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  • Sarah R Demb, MLIS