Retention and preservation of records
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Retention and preservation of records with destruction schedules. by Record Controls, Inc.

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Published by Record Controls, inc. in Chicago .
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  • Business records.,
  • Filing systems.

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Pagination62 p. ;
Number of Pages62
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Open LibraryOL22342979M

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Summary: This policy describes standards and procedures for retention and management of university records and preservation and retrieval of records and information at Eastern Washington University as required for pending or reasonably anticipated litigation. Most records do not have values that warrant their permanent preservation. Those records with short-term value should, upon reaching end of the retention period, be destroyed. Statutory Authority for Establishing Records Retention Requirements In , the Missouri General Assembly established a State Records Commission to approve retentions for. Dec 21,  · This six-year retention period is a default retention period for those FINRA rules that require firms to preserve certain books and records, but do not specify a retention period, and where there is no retention period specified under the SEA rules. Kansas State Records Board approved retention schedules establish the retention and disposition requirements for records generated by Kansas state and local government. Compliance with these retention schedules is mandatory for state agencies and county governments, although not for other local government such as cities or townships. The.

responsible for the retention, storage, and management of records in their possession. Each employee is also responsible for complying with the Public Records Act and any discovery requests, including conducting reasonable searches for records in a timely manner when requested by the university Records Officer or Director of Risk Management. Revised Land Book Retention Policy Effective January The Records Management and Preservation Board took action to revise the retention of County Land Books held by the County Clerk's Office, Sheriff's Office and Assessor's Office. Records Retention Contact Information. If you have any questions you can: use, maintenance, retention, preservation, and disposal of records for the purposes of reducing the costs and improving the efficiency of recordkeeping. The term includes the development of records control schedules, the management of filing and information retrieval. Add tags for "The Retention book: retention and preservation of records with destruction schedules.". Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (3) Records -- Management. Files (Records) -- Management. Records retention. Confirm this request. You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this.

This Policy represents the {Insert Name of Organization}’s policy regarding the retention and disposal of records and the retention and disposal of electronic documents. Administration. Attached as Appendix A is a Record Retention Schedule that is approved as the initial maintenance, retention and disposal schedule for physical records of. Introduction. The Texas State Records Retention Schedule (RRS) is adopted as an administrative rule of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission and supersedes the schedule of January 1, This retention schedule indicates the minimum length of time listed records series must be retained by a state agency before destruction or archival preservation. RECORDS RETENTION GUIDELINES *7 Years Following Disposition,Termination, or Pay Off Please note that this table should only be used as a guide. You should consult with your attorney and insurance carrier when establishing a record retention policy. This handbook offers some guidance by providing a suggested time-frame to maintain records. It has been assimilated from several sources, including the basic IRS Regulation - 26 CFR 1. , The Guide of Record Retention Requirements in the Code of Federal Regulations, as well as by reviewing and analyzing numerous record retention schedules.