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Draft e-Mail Standard Available in Conference Bookstore

On September 13, the ARMA International Standards Development Program 
submitted the draft standard Requirements for Managing Electronic Messages 
as Records to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for approval 
as an American National Standard. The draft standard addresses managerial 
issues surrounding the creation, maintenance, and disposition of e-mail 
messages within the context of a formal records management program and is 
expected to be a valuable resource for the RIM profession. The document 
will be available for purchase at the ARMA Bookstore during the Long Beach 
conference.

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ARMA Releases Establishing Alphabetic, Numeric and Subject Filing Systems 
for Public Review and Comment

The ARMA International Standards Development Program has released a draft 
standard – Establishing Alphabetic, Numeric and Subject Filing Systems – 
for public review and comment. This draft standard is a revision and 
consolidation of ANSI/ARMA 1-1997 and additional filing methods. It 
addresses the requirements for subject, alphabetic, and numeric filing systems.

The public review and comment period will run through October 30. 
Interested individuals and organizations are invited to review the document 
and submit comments through the ARMA Web site at 
<http://www.arma.org/standards/public/document_list.cfm>www.arma.org/standards/public/document_list.cfm

Questions? Contact Bridgett Ann Calia at 
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Comment on Proposed NARA Rule, Records Center Facility Standards

ARMA International’s Standards Development Committee encourages members to 
provide comment on the proposed rule 36 CFR Part 1228, prepared by the 
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), titled Records Center 
Facility Standards.

NARA’s deadline for submitting comments is November 8. Interested 
individuals and organizations are invited to review the document at:

<http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/06jun20041800/edocket.access.gpo.gov/2004/pdf/04-20274.pdf>http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/06jun20041800/edocket.access.gpo.gov/2004/pdf/04-20274.pdf. 
Submit comments by November 8 at 
<http://www.regulations.gov>www.regulations.gov or 
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to Ivan Saunders by October 23 for inclusion in the formal ARMA Comment: 
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ALAN S. ZABEN
"A 16 Year Cancer Survivor"
Edison, New Jersey
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Cancer may have robbed me of that blissful ignorance that once
led me to believe that tomorrow stretched forever.  In exchange,
I've been granted the wisdom to see each today as something
special, a gift to be used wisely and fully.  Nothing can take that
away.

Hopes and dreams reign where cancer cannot go. 
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