- About IRCH
Since 1984, Information Requirements Clearinghouse (IRCH) has been the leading software and consulting resource for records retention legal research. IRCH conducts daily research for state, federal and international legal research that pertains specifically to records retention.
IRCH provides retention solutions for companies and their business record needs. This is accomplished using our software products and/or consulting services to develop a customized solution for their information governance environment.
IRCH has developed successful retention solutions for thousands of clients during the past three decades. This includes organizations ranging from non-profits to multi-national conglomerates. Our method and experience with records and legal research provides an exemplary understanding of your retention situation.
IRCH retention software products provide simple to granular control levels to create and complete a company-level retention schedule. The retention schedule and corresponding policies can be easily updated using software and database updates that are issued several times a year.
Through long-established consulting subcontracts and custom consulting projects, we provides consulting customers with custom retention schedules and specialized records risk analysis. Other consulting services are available for your retention needs and situations.
IRCH Legal Research
With more than thirty years of leadership in the records retention field, IRCH has compiled the leading legal research database on research related to:
- record keeping
- records retention
- information governance
- electronic discovery
- electronic information technologies
IRCH provides market-leading products and services enabling customers to reduce costs and risks through implementing legally defensible retention and destruction practices.
Founded by Donald Skupsky in 1984, IRCH products and services have become the Standard in retention schedule development and management. IRCH does not engage in the “practice of law” but focuses on the application of law to records and information management programs.
Please contact us to discuss your questions and learn how IRCH experience and resources can serve your retention needs.
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It is always refreshing to hear Don Skupsky’s common sense and realistic views on topics such as email, big data and unmanaged information. Additional topics covered that affect legally-defensible records retention are buckets, global retention and defense of a records retention program in litigation. The discussion regarding expert witness tasks can be a checklist for retention program development and management.
Karen Sampson, Scenarios By Sampson