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Effective Records Management. Why an integrated approach to RM?. Lack of uniform classification and filing system lack of systematic and orderly transfer of inactive records lack of standardization and control to the creation of forms and directives loss or misfiling of records

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effective records management
Effective Records Management

Fe Angela M. Verzosa

why an integrated approach to rm
Why an integrated approach to RM?
  • Lack of uniform classification and filing system
  • lack of systematic and orderly transfer of inactive records
  • lack of standardization and control to the creation of forms and directives
  • loss or misfiling of records
  • lack of storage space and filing equipment

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a good records system
A good records system:
  • contains complete and comprehensive files thereby enabling effective decision making
  • provides integrity and continuity regardless of changes in personnel
  • facilitates protection and preservation of records
  • provides low cost and efficient maintenance of records
  • reduces the possibility of misfiling and duplication
  • means less time spent searching for files and documents.

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goals of an rm program
Goals of an RM program
  • create only necessary records for efficient and successful operation of the office/institution.
  • produce the records when needed.
  • retain/preserve only records needed for continued operation of the office/ institution, and dispose what is not needed.

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objectives
Objectives
  • Protect institutional information resources throughout their life cycle, including identifying vital records, and implementing strategies to preserve records of long-term value.
  • Improve the flow of information in the organization.
  • Establish an RM component in institutional information resource policy and planning.
  • Provide for adequate data collection and information access and retrieval, including institutional positions on privacy and confidentiality.

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components of a records management program
Components of a Records Management Program
  • policy and procedure development
  • records inventory, appraisal, retention, and disposition
  • inactive files management and control (records center)
  • management of active files
  • reprographics, micrographics, digitization
  • vital records management
  • training and outreach programs

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functions
FUNCTIONS
  • RECORDS CREATIONrecording of information on paper, print, tape or any transmitting medium
  • RECORDS MAINTENANCEproducing the records when needed
  • RECORDS DISPOSITIONdetermining the ultimate fate of the records

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definitions
Definitions
  • RECORD : information captured in reproducible form required for conducting any transaction or activity.
  • RECORDS MANAGEMENT: a logical and practical approach to the creation, maintenance, use and disposition of records.
  • LIFE CYCLE CONCEPT: records pass thru three stages from its creation and active use to its final disposition.

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life cycle concept
LIFE-CYCLE CONCEPT

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criteria in creating records
CRITERIA in creating records
  • is it necessary?
  • what constitutes adequate documentation?
  • is it desirable to have it in a consistent format?
  • what is its future life ?
  • what is the best way to store and retrieve it?

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records creation
Records creation
  • CORRESPONDENCE MANAGEMENT
  • REPORTS CONTROL
  • FORMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
  • DIRECTIVES MANAGEMENT

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records maintenance
Records maintenance
  • adoption of a files plan
  • choice of equipment/supplies
  • mail management
  • files managementfiling procedures cross-referencing releasing checking sorting

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records disposition
Records disposition
  • inventorying
  • appraising
  • scheduling
  • retiring disposal policies transfer guidelines archival procedures

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personnel involved
Personnel involved
  • Creator/originator
  • user/processor
  • office clerk
  • records clerk

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training and outreach
Training and Outreach
  • regularly provide workshops and other training which outline basic program policies and procedures and office responsibilities
  • establish a system of records liaisons or coordinators within the major units of the institution to serve as basic contacts for the records management program
  • publicize, inform, educate the campus community thru campus newsletters, brochures on various records management topics, and electronic communication technologies (emails, library blogs)

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summary
Summary

The ultimate test of a good records management program is whether the records are available to those who need them, when and where they are needed (effectiveness), the manner in which they are made available (efficiency), and at what cost (economy).

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Questions?

Contact verzosaf@dlsu.edu.ph

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