In 2012, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), with the support of the Office of Management and Budget, released a ground-breaking directive that focuses on developing a robust 21st century RIM framework for the federal government. NARA has since completed a wide range of activities to help federal agencies improve their records management. In this panel discussion, learn how NARA developed the Capstone guidance for managing e-mail, established the senior agency officials to oversee RIM activities in each agency, and revised the guidance for transferring records its archives.
Upon completion of this session, you will be able to:
- Describe the Directive and the progress is has effected
- Discuss the impact of the Directive on federal agencies
- Summarize the challenges inherent in the Directive's goals for 2016 and 2019
Skill Level: Core/Management
Education Track: Government Symposium
Estimated time of completion: 1.0 hour