I am writing an organization's first retention schedule.
I have usually made retention schedules an attachment to the Records
Management Policy, because it was part of the overall corporate records
management policy and was a specific schedule of how to manage the
lifecycle of records whether I became the custodian of those records or
not. I was always able to update my schedule separately from my
records management policy.
My current organization considers a policy and all of its attachments
one single document that requires a higher level of review in its
entirety, but the level of review that would take place may take a long
time. So, does anyone do it differently?
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