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1. Yes
2. No
3. N/A (first phrase doesn't apply)

Sharon G. Blackstock, CRM
Central Records Administrator
Lakewood City Clerk's Office
480 South Allison Parkway
Lakewood CO 80226-3127
303-987-7091 (office)
303-987-7088 (fax)
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www.lakewood.org


-----Original Message-----
From: Lawrence Medina [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2003 2:37 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Professional Representation


This message was posted by Bill Benedon, CRM, FAI on the ARMA Forum and I
would like to (with Bill's permission) pose the same questions to a larger
audience.

Thanks!  Larry

ARMA is approaching its 50th year as an organization representing the
records and information management profession. It's membership approximates
10,000, The ICRM is over 25 years old in its testing and certification
program. Three questions:

1. Do you feel that you are in a well recognized profession and one that
business and government management feel is essential to good business
practices?

2. Close to a year ago ARMA produced a white paper that was intended to
promote the profession. Recently KMWorld published a white paper on the
subject. Have either of these publications been mentioned by your management
or used by you to further recognition of your position?

3. If you feel like you are in a 2nd citizen profession, what do you think
your organization can do to improve this situation?
(By "your organization" Bill was speaking about your Professional
Association, presumably ARMA for those who are members)

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