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Try this excerpt, although it's Federal:

TITLE 44 > CHAPTER 29 >

 2904. General responsibilities for records management

(d) In addition, the Administrator, in carrying out subsection (b), shall have the responsibility to promote economy and efficiency in the selection and utilization of space, staff, equipment, and supplies for records management.

Steven D. Morgan
Records Manager, C.J. Segerstrom & Sons
714.438.3228 Phone
714.546.9835 Fax
Information is the currency of democracy. (Thomas Jefferson)

-----Original Message-----
From: Records Management Program [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Joe
Sent: Friday, April 17, 2009 8:31 AM
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Subject: Areas of responsibility of the Records Manger

Hello List:

I have been asked to provide a detailed list of which areas fall under the area of responsibility for the records manager.  For example, facilities manages the record file rooms.  This has caused major problems with all records maintained in the fileroom and sent off-site.

I need to present something to upper management that indicates that filerooms and files in general fall under the responsibility of the records Manager. (this is a political battle I am fighting with facilities)

Does anyone have any documentation that confirms who is responsible for what related to records management.

Thanks, and I look forward to the interesting perspectives shared here.


Joe Vidal, CEO
V&R ASsociates, Inc.
d/b/a Total Records Management
website: www.totalrecordsmanagement.com
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