Records Management Journal: Volume 23 Issue 1


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Big government, big solution: could there be a message for all?

Catherine Hare

The purpose of this paper is to review the recent initiatives by the US Federal Government to put in place a robust and comprehensive framework and programme to increase


Information culture in a government organization: Examining records management training and self‐perceived competencies in compliance with a records management program

Trudi Wright

The purpose of this paper is to use information culture assessment tools (from work by Curry and Moore) to examine the information culture within a regulated, government


Recordkeeping informatics: re‐figuring a discipline in crisis with a single minded approach

Frank Upward, Barbara Reed, Gillian Oliver, Joanne Evans

The purpose of this paper is to highlight the widespread crisis facing the archives and records management professions, and to propose recordkeeping informatics, a single


Correlations between ICT and records policy integration and court case management system functionality: East African case studies

James Lowry

From 2009 to 2011, the International Records Management Trust conducted a research project called Aligning Records Management with ICT/E‐government and Freedom of

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