George Washington University's Center for Professional Development in Washington DC Announces:

CWRM 189  Introduction to Vital Records Identification and Disaster Recovery Planning
Vital records are critical to reestablishing or continuing the business of an organization in the event of a disaster.  Find out which 3-5% of an average business's records are considered vital.  Then explore what, when, where and why records protection is essential to the survival of an organization.  Considering the potential catastrophic impact of a major information loss, thorough preparation needs to be conducted in anticipation of such an event.  Learn how to develop a strategy to protect vital information and what should be included in the design of a disaster recovery plan.
Instructor:  Arlene Motz, Dates: January 9-January 10, 2002, Time: Thursday 8:30am-5:00pm; Friday 8:30am-4:00pm; Cost: $935.

All Classes are held in Downtown Washington DC, 2020 K Street NW.

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For information on GW's Records and Information Management Program, and additional courses offered during Spring 2003 go to, or contact:

Myriam Lechuga
Senior Program Specialist

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