IM is Everyone’s Responsibility
Why should you care about records and information management?

According to the Records Management Policy (AD-1508), all departments, agencies, commissions, and corporations must:

  • Assume responsibility for the administration, control, security and management of records within their custody.
  • Develop and maintain a program for the management of records.
  • Establish and adequately staff the records management program.
  • Assign responsibility for the management of all departmental information resources to a records manager who reports to senior management.
  • Designate a senior management position which is accountable for all records management activity.
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.pdf Download Issue 14 - Who Owns the Records You Create? 150 kb
.pdf Download Issue 13 - The Truth about Backups 107 kb
.pdf Download Issue 12 - Records Management Resolutions for the New Year 174 kb
.pdf Download Issue 11 - What is a Shared Drive & Why Should I be Using it? 239 kb
.pdf Download Issue 10 - Are you Managing your E-mail? 175 kb
.pdf Download Issue 09 - What is the Difference Between Records Centre and Archives? 138 kb
.pdf Download Issue 08 - Can I Destroy Records? 217 kb
.pdf Download Issue 07 - What is a Records Retention and Disposition Schedule? 106 kb
.pdf Download Issue 06 - The Lifecycle of Recorded Information 124 kb
.pdf Download Issue 05 - Who is my Departmental Records Manager? 141 kb
.pdf Download Issue 04 - PANB – RIM’s Ten Principles of Records & Information Management 49 kb
.pdf Download Issue 03 - What is Records and Information Management? 155 kb
.pdf Download Issue 02 - What are Records and Why are they Important? 224 kb
.pdf Download Issue 01 - Recorded Information Management Awareness Campaign 225 kb