On April 19, 2010 NARA sent its assessment report to Congress regarding how Federal Agencies in 2009 were doing at managing records. Nearly 90% of the Agencies responded to the assessment. I am wondering why the other 10% didn’t-but whatever. I am also wondering why they are just getting around to making the findings public for a study done in 2009-but whatever. What was really terrific was the results that indicate that 79% of agencies are either at “high” or “moderate” risk of improperly destroying records. Brilliant.
Are you kidding me?
Building an Information Management Factory
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