In today’s business environment, records management
policy and procedures are recognized as fundamental controls
to ensure organizational transparency to stakeholders. To achieve
compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulatory requirements
for sound records management, effective policy and procedures
are required to manage both digital and physical records.
and Document Management Policy
Clear, concise, legally acceptable, and executable for today’s
distributed information environment.
Comprehensive and easy-to-use. Fully supported by documented
operational, legal, and financial retention requirements.
Can be applied to digital and physical records systems.
Customized research of legal recordkeeping requirements to
support retention schedules.
and File Systems
Business Function - Process - Work activity taxonomies to
organize access and manage your records.
or Departmental Records Management Procedures and Standards
Practical, clear procedures including active file management,
e-mail management, records destruction, legal suspend destruction
(document hold orders), document conversion, document control,
privacy, security, vital records protection, and document