Archive for October, 2012
As you know, Hurricane Sandy is significantly impacting the east coast of the United States this week. Federal agencies from Virginia through the New England states will be affected by high winds and heavy rains from this historic storm. Depending on the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, it may be necessary for your agency to [...]
This message was also distributed as AC 04.2013. From May 7 – July 6, 2012, the Appraisal Teams within Records Management Services (ACNR) conducted a 60-day initiative to complete processing of agency-submitted records schedules in the appraisal backlog. Backlog schedules are defined as those that are at least two years old, and as of October [...]
Tomorrow is our first Bimonthly Records and Information Discussion Group (BRIDG) meeting for FY 2013. Registration for this meeting is now closed. However, we will be making BRIDG available via webcast. The BRIDG meeting will run from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m, Eastern time. Items on the agenda include: 1) Records Scheduling Backlog Project – [...]
This post comes from our General Records Schedule (GRS) Team. Many have asked why the GRS update will take five years to complete. When asked this question at the September 2012 RACO meeting our Chief Records Officer’s response was: “It took a long time to get the GRS where it currently is and it’s [...]
Our 24th annual Records Administration Conference, or RACO, held last week was a great success! The McGowan Theater was filled to near capacity and the live stream was viewed by well over one hundred users. Slides used during the presentations have been uploaded to our main RACO page. Congratulations again to our Archivist Achievement Award [...]
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