Information GovernanceFor more than 30 years, Information Requirements Clearinghouse (IRCH) has developed retention solutions utilizing innovative software and consulting services customized for each customer and company. Our retention methods and expertise are proven in the thousands of consulting and software clients that have and continue to use our services and products.
- Information is an asset
- Manage information lifecycle through creation, maintenance, and destruction
- Governance emphasizes records retention based on current legal research
- Legal research, as a retention resource, is complex and expensive
- IRCH’s experience in the records field and legal retention research is your retention resource
Following are articles of interest that discuss various issues pertinent to information governance.
Presentation at 2014 ARMA Conference by Donald Skupsky concerning various legal issues that affect information governance and records management programs. Please wait while the presentation loads. Use the download icon […]
Determining Litigation and Statutes of Limitation Requirements for Records Retention Programs by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI Traditionally, lawyers have advised their clients to “retain records forever in case […]
Legal Liability of the Records and Information Management Professional by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI A growing number of records and information managers have expressed concern related to their […]
The complete webinar presentation by Donald S. Skupsky JD CRM FAI, President of Information Requirements Clearinghouse. The first webinar was presented on April 2, 2015, part of the IRCH 2015 […]
The complete webinar presentation by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, President of Information Requirements Clearinghouse. This is the first webinar of a 2016 IRCH online series presented on February […]
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High performance, low maintenance. That is why I rely on the Retention Manager™ program to develop records retention schedules for clients. The prime feature is the program’s structure to select, organize and apply record keeping regulations through legal groups to broad categories of records, or retention rules.
These rules are where legal requirements and business needs are key elements of the retention decision process. Rules are easy to keep current, they promote consistencies throughout the organization and they document defensible retention decisions.
Karen Sampson, Consultant and Author