The State Of Records Management In The Public Sector: Top Challenges And Priorities For 2016
Key Findings From Government Respondents: The Forrester Research And ARMA International Records Management Online Survey, Q2 2015
May 13, 2016
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Public sector records and information management programs are stuck in paper and processes designed for physical records. This is not sustainable as more records are born digital and volumes of data and documents continue to rise. Enterprise architecture (EA) professionals in public sector must help their records management (RM) peers find ways to automate records capture and shift to a digital-first way of working.
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Table of Contents
- Government Records Management Programs Struggle To Modernize
- New Perspectives And Investments Can Reframe The Mission Of RM
What It Means
- Government Programs Must Leap Past Constructs Inspired By Paper
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