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Wednesday, 18th July 2007

Electronic Records Management and Digital Preservation: Protecting the Knowledge Assets of the State Government Enterprise -- PART II: Economic, Legal, and Organizational Issues

Electronic Records Management and Digital Preservation: Protecting the Knowledge Assets of the State Government Enterprise -- PART II: Economic, Legal, and Organizational Issues (PDF 633 KB)
Source: National Association of State Chief Information Officers NASCIO)

NASCIO continues its series on electronic records management and digital preservation with Part II which focuses on economic, legal, and organizational issues and recommended actions for State CIOs. Part II builds on the theme that the state CIO and the state enterprise architect will need to view electronic records management and digital preservation as disciplines that comprise an enterprise architecture domain. Partnering with the state’s archivists, librarians, and records managers to fully leverage their expertise will help ensure the state’s knowledge assets are managed for value with a long term view. eDiscovery and offshoring present significant challenges to the state enterprise. CIOs will need to build their awareness of these subject areas and author necessary compliance and risk management strategies.

See also: Electronic Records Management and Digital Preservation: Protecting the Knowledge Assets of the State Government Enterprise — PART I: Background, Principles and Action for State CIOs


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