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D. Bearman, Electronic Evidence: Strategies for Managing Records in Contemporary Organizations, Pittsburgh: Archives & Museum Informatics, 1994.

A collection of previously published articles by David Bearman.

Contents

Preface
(PDF)
Introduction
Constructing a Methodology for Evidence (PDF)
Section I: The Problem
1. Archival Data Management to Achieve Organizational Accountability for Electronic Records (PDF)
2. Recordkeeping Systems(PDF)
Section II: Policy Guidelines
3. Electronic Records Guidelines: A Manual for Policy Development and Implementation (PDF)
4. The Implications of Armstrong v. Executive Office of the President for the Archival Management of Electronic Records (PDF)
Section III: Design and Implementation
5. Archival Principles and the Electronic Office (PDF)
6. Managing Electronic Mail (PDF)
Section IV: Standards
7. Information Technology Standards and Archives (PDF)
8. Documenting Documentation (PDF)
Section V: Program Management/Frameworks/Structures
9. Diplomatics, Weberian Bureaucracy, and the Management of Electronic Records in Europe and America (PDF)
10. New Models for Management of Electronic Records by Archives (PDF)
Appendix
Functional Requirements for Recordkeeping (PDF)
Index
(PDF)
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