In my organization, I keep the Policy separate from the Schedule for that
reason. It allows me to revise the schedule or the Policy separatly.
note that before it was kept as one piece of document.
Michele Bernard, MLIS
Director of Records Management
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Phone : 514-841-3250 ex 1004767
2011/3/28 Angie Fares <[log in to unmask]>
> 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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