05 Jun Spotlight: Managing Temporary Records
According to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), “Temporary records are those records that NARA approves for either immediate disposal or for disposal after a specified time or event.”
Temporary records are no easier to manage than permanent records, and in some ways, they may actually be more difficult. For example, the time period or event that triggers disposal must be tracked, so that agencies know when they can and should destroy the record.
Click here to read more about how your organization can manage temporary records over on the TransAccess blog.