Records Management Journal: Volume 32 Issue 1


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Contradicting challenges: the complexity of documenting personal information in a regulatory environment

Ragna Kemp Haraldsdottir, Johanna Gunnlaugsdottir

Many organizations are challenged by different and, perhaps, opposite, registration and protection obligations of information regarding their employees. The purpose of…

Records management in government schools in South Africa: a case study in Limpopo province

Samuel Maredi Mojapelo

This study aims to investigate records management in selected government schools in South Africa.


Training and resources of e-records readiness at the Federal Ministry of finance in Nigeria

Mulikat Yetunde Abdulkareem, Nathan Mwakoshi Mnjama, Peter Mazebe II Mothataesi Sebina

e-records have become an important tool through which a government is held accountable for good governance, transparency and delivery of services to citizens. Therefore…

A review of the legislative framework for social media records in Botswana

Tshepho Lydia Mosweu

The purpose of this paper to review the legislative framework for social media records in Botswana. The goal is to determine the extent to which the current legislation in…

Records management and performance of procurement management units in Tanzania: a case study

Mordecai Chrysostom Matto

This paper aims to examine the influence of records management on the performance of procurement management units (PMUs) in Tanzania.


Meeting technologies and recordkeeping: a preliminary study

Fiorella Foscarini, Madeleine Krucker, Danyse Golick

The purpose of this study is to raise awareness of the benefits and drawbacks involved in using digital technologies for business meetings, and identify key concerns. The…

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