April is National Records and Information Management Month. Established in 2002, it was developed to promote standards and best practices for record keeping and information management and to emphasize the importance of having organized records.
At NDSU, records management is everyone’s responsibility, and NDSU’s Records Management leadership wants to take this opportunity to express appreciation for the great efforts and diligence of the campus community in following the practices and principles that help manage and protect our organization’s records.
Special thanks are extended to:
- NDSU’s Unit Records Coordinators, who provide assistance and oversight to faculty, staff and administrators in their units for management and disposal of their records in compliance with federal, state and institutional requirements; and
- The Records Management Advisory Committee, whose members are responsible for records management policy, standards, guidelines, processes and procedures.
During this National Records and Information Management Month, we invite you to take a moment and thank your department’s Unit Records Coordinators for their efforts and support