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What does the future hold in store for records management? Right now, merely converting to digital records at all is pushing many organizations to the limit of their capacities. But technology never stops moving, and all sorts of interesting innovations are offering the potential to...

Eighty percent of businesses want to reduce paper from their normal workflows and business processes, according to research from Xerox. It’s no wonder: paper is becoming harder than ever for organizations to wrangle. Research and consulting firm Gartner reports that the annual growth rate of the...

As the deadline to comply with OMB/NARA Memorandum M-19-21 rapidly approaches, it might be helpful for agencies to familiarize themselves with allowable exceptions to its mandates. While all agencies are expected to comply with M-19-21’s requirements – which, broadly speaking, mandate that federal agencies begin managing...

One of the biggest obstacles to making a successful transition into electronic records management has nothing to do with digitization technology itself. It’s people. Whether you’re fighting to get staff to start handling records in a new way or struggling with insufficient staff population or...

FADGI – or the Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative – has some important implications for federal records management. Representing an effort by a group of federal agencies to simplify and standardize records management guidelines, FADGI establishes baseline quality measures that records managers can use when...