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Webinar - The Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles

  • Tuesday, April 05, 2016
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Daniels Kashtan, 4000 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Suite 800, Coral Gables, Florida 33146


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As a benefit to ALA South Florida Chapter members, we invite you to attend this webinar at Daniels Kashtan in Miami  There is NO fee for South Florida Chapter members.   Please register on the website for any webinar you wish to attend.

It has not always been easy to describe what good recordkeeping looks like. Yet, this question gains in importance as regulators, shareholders, and customers are increasingly concerned about the business practices of organizations. The Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles developed by ARMA International members form the basis upon which every effective records program is built and are the yardstick by which any recordkeeping program is measured. 
This webinar presents an overview of the ARMA International Maturity Model for Information Governance, a tool for appraising and evaluating the maturity of an organization’s recordkeeping programs that will help you manage your firm’s records. 


•    Describe the eight Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles
•    Identify the role of the Principles maturity model in an organization’s recordkeeping system(s) 
•    Use the maturity model to assess the recordkeeping processes in your organization

CLM Recertification Credit: 1 hour in the subject area of Legal Industry/Business Management (LI)

 CLM App Credit for Functional Specialists: 1 hour in the subject area of Legal Industry/Business Management (LI) towards the additional hours required of some Functional Specialists to fulfill the CLM application.

Virginia A Jones, CRM, FAI has more than 49 years of experience in records and information management (RIM). Her experience includes hands-on operations, management, writing, teaching and training in all aspects of the industry. She is the author of the AIEF studies Requirements for Personal Information Protection, Part 1: U.S. Federal Law and Part 2: U.S. State Law and has developed policies and procedures and an internal training program for compliance with Virginia state privacy laws.


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