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Electronic Records Management Program Strategies

Edited by Margaret Hedstrom

Hedstrom, Margaret, ed. Electronic Records Management Program Strategies, Pittsburgh: Archives & Museum Informatics, 1993.

Table of Contents

I. Conference Report
Electronic Records Program Strategies: An Assessment
by Margaret Hedstrom (PDF)
II. Case Studies
International Organizations
Management of Electronic Records in the United Nations
by Liisa Fagerlund (PDF)
Addressing Electronic Records Management in the World Bank
by Richard E. Barry (PDF)
National Governments


Australian Archives - Preserve Your Valuable Electronic Records
by Dagmar Parer (PDF)


The Electronic Records Archival Programme at the National Archives of Canada: Evolution and Critical Factors of Success
by Terry Cook and Eldon Frost (PDF)
Information Management and Office Systems Advancement
by John McDonald (PDF)

United States:

Electronic Records Activities at the National Archives and Records Administration
by Kenneth Thibodeau (PDF)
State Governments
Alabama Electronic Records Program Status Report
by Deborah Skaggs (PDF)
Kentucky Department for Libraries & Archives - Public Records Division Electronic Records Program Overview
by Charles Robb (PDF)
New York State Archives and Records Administration (SARA) Electronic Records Program Status Report
by Margaret Hedstrom (PDF)
Wisconsin's Electronic Records Work, 1979-93: A Once and Future Program
by Peter Gottlieb (PDF)
Electronic Records Program at Penn State University
by Lee Stout (PDF)
III. Commentary
Reinventing Archives for Electronic Records: Alternative Service Delivery Options
by David Bearman & Margaret Hedstrom (PDF)
IV. Readings
Annotated Bibliography and Analysis of the Literature
compiled by Richard J. Cox (PDF)

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