The best way to have records management and business process mirror each other is a through a "big bucket" system of retention schedules
This approach requires a new Big Bucket Record Series called “Transitory
See http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/bulletins/2010/2010-03.html Yes, NARA has officially endorsed flexible scheduling and big bucket retention schedules, and a number of agencies have moved to this approach
There’s a Hole in My Bucket, Dear Liza Good news!...The innovation that came along was the Big Bucket retention approach
Earlier this week NARA released a proposal that they are restructured the GRS and taking a big bucket approach. The new GRS approach will apply functional analysis with records structured by function and sub-function
And then we discussed the importance of an all-encompassing, big bucket retention schedule as one of the critical tools for implementation
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