An industry colleague recently asked me if I would be willing to participate in a panel discussion on the continued use of the DoD 5015.2 Standard
Meg - Microsoft hired Gimmal (including Don Lueders) to design a add-in for SharePoint 2010 that could be certified by the DoD 5015.2 standard...Gimmal then developed and certified our products by the DoD 5015.2 standard, Chapters 2, 3 & 5
Very few people outside of the Department of Defense have more firsthand experience with the DoD 5015.2 Electronic Records Management Software Applications Design Criteria Standard than I do
The DoD 5015.2 model for records management has been a staggering failure...I agree with many of your arguments for throwing out 5015.2; but I do have a few pet peeves that your blog brings to the fore: 1
When selecting a records management system, there are two important certifications to consider: DoD 5015.2 and VERS. What is DoD 5015.2? Many organizations use DoD 5015.2-STD Electronic Records Management Software Applications Design Criteria Standard from the U.S
I love both Don Lueders’ detailed post on this subject, On Why I No Longer Support the DoD 5015.2 Standard , and Mark Mandel’s rebuttal, I Support DoD 5015.2; and Encourage ALL Federal Agencies to Adopt It, as I believe that a full debate on standards for IT systems creating and housing Official Federal Records is really needed
"5015.2 is fundamentally flawed by its assumptions that all of an organization’s record information will be managed in some type of centralized and stand-alone RMA, EDM/ECM system
[Editor's Note:: Read Don Lueders' original post: On Why I No Longer Support the DoD 5015.2 Standard . You can also read another voice in the debate, Ron Layel: To Support or Not Support the DoD 5015.2 Standard (Some pet peeves and views on the debate from a RIM practioner's perspective) ] Don, your analysis is very detailed and on the mark. 5015.02-STD is in need of an update to reflect how RM is done these days
Why are the discussions and serious work on standards for managing Government electronic records in the US always limited to DoD 5015.2, as though it is the only existing standard?
A little over a year ago, I posted an article on the AIIM Community explaining why I no longer supported the DoD 5015.2 Electronic Records Management Standard
The DoD 5015.2 records management standard had just been issued and one of our customers wanted a document management solution, which would also comply with the brand new DoD 5015.2 standard
The question I am most often asked by records managers is 'do we need to plug a DoD 5015.2/MoReq2 compliant ECM at the back of SharePoint?
DoD and federal agencies should evaluate traditional records management systems as well as SharePoint for compliance with FISMA and records management standards including DoD 5015.2