Records Management: Integrated Information Systems
Prentice Hall, 1992 - Business & Economics - 542 pages
Focusing on the systems approach to managing information in any form (particularly paper, microfilm, and electronic records), this text presents practical guidelines for establishing a records management system.
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active records administrative alphabetic analysis aperture cards Archives ARMA audit automated business forms camera card files Chapter classification system coding computer-assisted retrieval copier copy cords correspondence cost Courtesy database determine developed documents duplicate electronic records employees federal file drawer filing system film floppy disks function hard disk ICRM Identify inactive records individual Information Management letter magnetic media magnetic tape maintain ment method microfiche microfilm microforms micrographics operation optical disk organization paper percent personnel planning policies Prairie Village printed procedures records center records control records inventory records management manual records management program records retention schedule records storage equipment records system reports retrieval systems specific standard storage and retrieval stored records supervisor tapes tion transfer types of records ultrafiche Unit Unit Unit updated vital records word processing