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A Minor Nuisance Spread Across the Organization (PDF)

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Archives, records, and information management programs extend back in their modern form far more than a century. Archival programs originated with the creation of historical societies commencing in the late eighteenth century, and by the end of the early third of the twentieth century they had evolved to their modern form as represented by federal, state, and local government archives, a variety of institutional archives (corporations, colleges and universities, museums and other cultural organizations – nearly every type of organization is represented by some form of program), and, of course, historical societies and other collecting programs with the oldest traditions of collecting and preserving historical documents. Records management programs emerged by the middle of the twentieth century in government agencies and corporate entities striving to administer their current or active (apart from their historical) records, often by first establishing archival operations caring for their historical records and gaining experience with the challenges of managing organizational records that pressed for new approaches to the rapidly increasing array and volume of current records.

Richard J. Cox, Ph.D.

Product Code V5006
Format PDF
Year Published 2005
Page Count 99
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