Public Sector Records Management

Author: Kelvin Smith
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317073363
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Records management has undergone significant change in recent years, owing to the introduction of freedom of information legislation as well as the development of e-government and e-business and the need to manage records effectively in both the private and public sector. There are very few purely practical texts for records managers and this book aims to fill that gap. The author has spent his entire career in public sector records management and has contributed to records management standards for governments around the world. The text is wholly practical and written at an accessible level. Although the author discusses legislation and examples from the UK, the book is relevant to public sector records management at an international level. It will be essential reading for professionals in record management posts as well as anyone who is responsible for record keeping as part of their operational duties.

Managing Public Sector Records

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The Management Of Public Sector Records

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ISBN: 9780953788101
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Public Sector Records Management

Author: Kiran Asthana
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ISBN: 9789389404401
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The Management Of Public Sector Records Principles And Context

Author: Laura Millar
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Managing Public Sector Records Case Studies Vol 1 Cases 1 12 Vol 2 Cases 13 24 Vol 3 Cases 25 34

Author: Ann Pederson
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Integrity In Government Through Records Management

Author: James Lowry
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317115120
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As a celebration of Anne Thurston’s pioneering work on records and archives management as an essential basis for demonstrating integrity in government, this excellent volume brings together scholars and practicing archivists to discuss key issues around records as evidence for accountability, transparency and the protection of citizens’ rights. Never before have authors from the developing and developed worlds come together to explore the intersection of records management, public administration and international development. The book covers Thurston’s work, the importance of records management for effective governance and digital records management and preservation in developing countries. Case studies from across Africa enhance the theoretical and practical perspectives taken by the authors. This book is essential reading for scholars and students interested in records management and good governance around the world.

Cases On Electronic Record Management In The Esarbica Region

Author: Keakopa, Segomotso Masegonyana
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1799825299
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The Eastern and Southern African Regional Branch of the International Council of Archives (ESARBICA) is dedicated to keeping and preserving records and documents so they may be accessible to the public. Constant research and re-examination of current record-keeping methods, such as the Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS), is necessary to ensure the preservation and dissemination of information. Cases on Electronic Record Management in the ESARBICA Region is an essential reference source that shares case studies on the development and implementation of records management strategies including the procurement and implementation of EDRMS. Covering topics such as record management strategy development, e-records readiness, and legal frameworks, this book is ideally designed for archivists, librarians, records specialists, knowledge managers, ICT professionals, policymakers, system analysts, project managers, legal officers, academicians, researchers, and students.

Records Management And Knowledge Mobilisation

Author: Stephen Harries
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 178063286X
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This book argues that records management can contribute to public sector reform and transformation in the new climate of austerity, without losing its essential characteristics. Over the last 15 years, records management has prospered, tackling problems of electronic information and building a strong case for information governance based on a model of regulation and management control. The public sector environment is now changing rapidly, with more emphasis on efficiency, flexibility and innovation, devolving control, loosening regulation, and cutting budgets. By linking practical ideas about the use and management of knowledge, the author will draw on insights from the study of policy-making and programme delivery to show how managing the relationship between records and knowledge, their creation and use, can not only make an important contribution to public sector innovation in itself, but also reconcile the demands of regulation through a wider concept of the governance of knowledge as well as information. Draws on practical real-world examples Focuses on how records management can respond to the challenges of transformation in this period of public sector retrenchment, as yet little discussed elsewhere Integrates concepts from records and knowledge management in a coherent applied framework, and locates this within the context of policy-making and delivery, to achieve positive benefits

Issues In Information Policy

Author: Helen A. Shaw
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Personnel Records

Author: Piers Cain
Editor: Commonwealth Secretariat
ISBN: 9780850925524
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Commonwealth member governments have been taking part in a unique mapping exercise, identifying the actual changes which have been made in some key areas of public service management. PERSONNEL RECORDS: A STRATEGIC RESOURCE FOR PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT is part of the Public Service Thematic Series which envisages setting out the results of research projects, in selected countries or group of countries, to provide real insight into the real managerial and structural changes within selected areas of public service. In providing some firm ground on which those public servants, who are faced with the challenge of public service reform, can stand while assessing the options available, the Public Service Thematic Series marks a milestone in the debate concerning specific areas of management of the public service.

Towards A Theoretical Framework For Effective Implementation Of Electronic Document And Records Management Systems Edrms Within The Australian Public Sector

Author: Linh Thuy Nguyen
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Managing Records Centres

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African Journal Of Library Archives Information Science

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Managing Knowledge Resources And Records In Modern Organizations

Author: Jain, Priti
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522519661
File Size: 21,92 MB
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Modern organizations and businesses are growing rapidly every day. With these advances comes the need for more progressive forms of knowledge management and record keeping techniques. Managing Knowledge Resources and Records in Modern Organizations is a pivotal reference source that discusses the current trends, technologies, and ethics associated with knowledge management. Featuring comprehensive coverage on a spectrum of topics, such as leadership roles in knowledge sharing, knowledge governance, electronic resources for public sector reform, and record keeping for information in public and private sector organizations, this publication is a comprehensive resource for educators, professionals, practitioners, academics, and researchers interested in the latest information on knowledge management for business and organizations.

Building Records Appraisal Systems

Author: Andrew Griffin
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ISBN: 9780953788125
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Library Information Science Abstracts

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Implementing Electronic Document And Record Management Systems

Author: Azad Adam
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849380600
File Size: 38,26 MB
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The global shift toward delivering services online requires organizations to evolve from using traditional paper files and storage to more modern electronic methods. There has however been very little information on just how to navigate this change-until now. Implementing Electronic Document and Record Management Systems explains how to efficiently store and access electronic documents and records in a manner that allows quick and efficient access to information so an organization may meet the needs of its clients. The book addresses a host of issues related to electronic document and records management systems (EDRMS). From starting the project to systems administration, it details every aspect in relation to implementation and management processes. The text also explains managing cultural changes and business process re-engineering that organizations undergo as they switch from paper-based records to electronic documents. It offers case studies that examine how various organizations across the globe have implemented EDRMS. While the task of creating and employing an EDRMS may seem daunting at best, Implementing Electronic Document and Record Management Systems is the resource that can provide you with the direction and guidance you need to make the transition as seamless as possible.