Record DestructionFor 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.
- Records with value should be maintained and protected
- Legal retention ensures compliance
- Destroy records based on legal retention
- Legal retention determined by legal retention research
- IRCH has solutions for records retention, compliance and research
Following are articles of interest that discuss various issues pertinent to record destruction.
Destroy Your Client Files Under a Records Retention Program . . . and Protect Their Interests, Too! By Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, MIT Summary: Most attorneys elect to […]
Destruction of Records – Your Legal Obligations! by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI All organizations destroy records. Preferably, records are destroyed under a records retention program when they are […]
Destruction of Hillary Clinton’s Email Records During the U.S. Federal Government Investigation — The Legal and Records Management Implications by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, MIT Download a PDF […]
Document Destruction: Doing It Right Over the course of the year, even a small company can produce, handle, and execute a large amount of paperwork that will require storage at […]
Storing and managing physical records has always been a challenging task. Unfortunately, it just keeps getting harder. Despite the promise that paper would go the way of dodo in the […]
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“Defensible compliance is the mainstay of an effective records retention schedule. Solid legal regulation support is essential for developing compliant schedules which Retention Manager™ delivers.
I use the retention legal research database of over 16,000 citations as foundation for my clients’ retention schedules. Legal research updates are issued regularly and are easily integrated into the existing research. The legal group and retention rule “assignments” organizes relevant regulations into “buckets” for easy retention schedule development.
The Retention Manager™ method incorporates legal, business/operational value, and industry-standard considerations for retention decisions. Realistic retention periods are used to comply with regulatory and operational requirements.”
Su D. A. Graham, CRM, MLS