School Work

General Records Management Training

Categories
Published
of 22
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
Related Documents
Share
Description
General Records Management Training 1 Objectives Upon completion of this training, you will understand how to: Determine Federal records from non-records Manage Federal records throughout their lifecycle
Transcript
General Records Management Training 1 Objectives Upon completion of this training, you will understand how to: Determine Federal records from non-records Manage Federal records throughout their lifecycle Understand your responsibilities in properly managing Federal records 2 What are Federal Records? Information created or received in the course of conducting federal business Documents the activities of Government Agency internal activities Transactions with the public or other agencies Regulation Reference: 36 CFR 1222 Creation and Maintenance 3 Why are Records Created? Protect the rights of the public Ensure government accountability Facilitate the agency s mission Document government agencies history Regulation Reference: 36 CFR 1220 Federal Records General 4 Locations of Federal Records systems Document imaging systems Databases File rooms Office file cabinets Portable electronic media File servers Contractor s offices Federal Records Center 5 Permanent Records 1% - 3% of all Federal records Determined by agency records officer, agency information officers, and Archivist of the United States Sent to National Archives for permanent preservation and accessibility by the public Regulation Reference: 36 CFR Transfer of Records to the National Archives of the United States 6 Temporary Records Determined by agency records officer, agency information officers, and Archivist of the United States May be kept locally or stored Kept separate from Permanent Records Regulation Reference: 36 CFR Transfer of Records to the National Archives of the United States 7 What are Non-Records? Extra copies of records, convenience, reference, and exhibit materials are not considered records. Regulation Reference: 36 CFR 1222 Creation and Maintenance of Federal Records 8 How to Identify a Record Ask yourself What does this relate to? How does it impact my duties? Is it related to government work? Regulation Reference: 36 CFR 1222 Creation and Maintenance of Federal Records 9 Determining a Record It is a Record Is it an original document that does not exist elsewhere? Was it created or received in the course of Agency business activities? Is it a copy kept only for convenience or reference? Is it a document that originated elsewhere, but on which you commented or took action? Is it needed for conducting agency business or does it document business transactions, organization, functions or activities? It is not a Record 10 10 Presidential Memorandum and Records Management President Barack Obama signed a Memorandum on November 28, 2011, which stated: The current federal records management system is based on an outdated approach involving paper and filing cabinets. Today s action will move the process into the digital age so the American public can have access to clear and accurate information about the decisions and actions of the Federal Government. Reference: We Can t Wait: President Signs Memorandum to Modernize Management of Government Records 11 What is Records Management? Records management is the systematic control of records from their creation to final disposition. 12 Why Manage Your Records? Protect the rights of the public Ensure government accountability Facilitate the agency s mission Document government agencies history Regulation Reference: 36 CFR 1220 Federal Records General 13 Records Lifecycle Creative Phase Example: Create an , memorandum, or form Utilize and Maintain Phase Active status: current contracts and unpaid invoices Inactive status: completed tasks, closed cases Disposition Destruction or transfer of records according to record schedules 14 Records Control Schedule Provides authority for the retention and final disposition of records Instructs the handling and management of records Two types of schedules: General Records Schedules (GRS) maintained by NARA that include records common to Federal agencies Records Control Schedule created by Agencies for records unique to their mission 15 Litigation and FOIA Records must be kept when they are involved in one of these situations: Litigation (pending or current) FOIA request Privacy request Audit Investigation Civil or administrative action 16 Organize Your Records To ensure access and retrieval later: Classify by function Keep related content together 17 Organizing Your Information Develop a classification scheme Create folders using classification scheme Place files in appropriate folder 18 Example Classification Scheme 19 Departing Employees Federal Records belong to your agency and not to individuals Copies may be taken if approved by the organization and do not violate federal laws or regulations Regulation Reference: 36 CFR Chapter XII, Subchapter B, Part 1230 Unlawful Or Accidental Removal, Defacing, Alteration, or Destruction of Records 20 Contact Your Records Professionals Department Records Officer OPDIV or STAFFDIV Records Officer Records Liaison Records Custodian 21 Records Management Training Certificate for Non-LMS Account Holders I certify that I have completed the Records Management (RM) Training course. I understand that completion of Records Management Training is a requirement for access to Departmental information technology (IT) systems and my responsibilities as a system user. Please complete all of the information below: STAFFDIV/Office: Last Name: First Name: Manager s Name: EOD/Date you started work at HHS: Date Records Management Training completed: Contractors complete this section Name of Company: Contract Number (prime only): Contracting Officer s Technical Representative (COTR) Name: Signature Date Day Phone Print this certificate, sign and date it. Employees: Send the completed certificate to the Records Officer for your OPDIV/STAFFDIV. Contractors: Send the completed certificate to your COTR. This form cannot be processed if your name or completion dates are omitted or illegible, or if your signature is omitted. If you need assistance please contact the Department Records Officer at or
We Need Your Support
Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our free products and services. We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

No, Thanks