STUDIES & RESEARCH
There are a number of professional and academic associations conducting research in the field of archives, records, and information management. These entities, particularly AIIM, the ECM Association, ARMA International, the Center for Information Policy, and the Center for Technology in Government, have conducted substantial case studies into how people and organizations use and share records and information.
Some general studies relevant to government records and information include:
- Allen, C.E. (2006). Foundations for a Successful Digital Preservation Program: Discussions from Digital Preservation in State Government: Best Practices Exchange 2006
- Center for Information Policy. (2005). Best Practices in Electronic Records Management: A Survey and Report on Federal Government Agencies' Recordkeeping Policies and Practices.
- Ibid. (2005). Electronic Data Discovery: Best Practices Survey.
- Ibid. (2005). Secure Information Sharing: Balancing Classification Policy in an Electronic Era with New Adversaries.
- Center for Technology in Government. (2000). Insider's Guide to Using Information in Government.
- Ibid. (1999). What Rules Govern the Use of Information?
- Ibid. (2005). Why Assess Information Sharing Capability?
- Dearstyne, B. (2006). Putting Information to Work: An Uneven Record.
- National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council. Creating and Maintaining Proper Systems for Electronic Record Keeping.
- State Archives Department. Minnesota Historical Society. (2002). Trustworthy Information Systems Handbook.
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