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Hi Diane,
   
  I interpret the definition of a record literally, so that which is created during the normal course of business can also be destroyed during the normal course of business.  
   
  No one approaches me to create/declare a record in Documentum unless they need help from a procedure point of view (I know what records they are creating because of regular updates to the folder structure) .  I'm not going to approach end users when their records are eligible to be destroyed in Documentum (I regularly peruse the records in our folder structure to ensure they are classified correctly anyway).
   
  I have Legal sign off if there is a hiccup in the destruction process (for example, a hold)--otherwise, the destruction is a go. 
   
  Destruction *is* a scary thing, though.  On my end, I check everything closely, but I proceed forward with "regular" destructions--including my own electronic records about the destruction.  The attorneys I've talked to about this approach agree it's ok.
   
  Thanks,
   
  Mimi Dionne 


Mimi Dionne, CRM, CDIA+
Records Manager
Cheniere Energy, Inc.
717 Texas Avenue
Houston, Texas 77002
832.217.2412
       
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