Perhaps you might consider a library book-return type box ...?

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From: Records Management Program [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
Behalf Of Addiego, Michael W

Sent: Friday, May 19, 2006 2:58 PM

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Subject: [RM] Greeting and A Question

 Hi All,

I am the new Area Manager for KPMG in the Metro NY region and I have a
question. Has anyone heard of a locked box designed to accept files
returning to the record center. The procedure now is for returned items
are logged at pick-up points around the building but this leaves too
much of a chance of materials "walking off" after being logged in. The
lock box would provide a secure drop off. I hesitate to use the analogy
of "secured" as in shredding bin.

Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!


Michael W. Addiego

kpmg LLP

345 Park Ave

New York, NY 10154

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