GHANA About 95 per cent of national records in paper form
Accra, Aug. 30, GNA – Mr Felix Ampong, Acting Director of Public Records and
Archives Administration (PRAAD) on Tuesday said about 95 per cent of
national records were being held in paper form.
He said the records also lacked the necessary buck up, in cases of fire
He said although some of the records were being digitised, it was high time
State institutions were financially supported to take advantage of the
technological advancements to adapt to electronic records management.
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