LOCAL GOVERNMENT RECORDS MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL BULLETINS

NAGARA and the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) have collaborated on a number of Technical Bulletins on basic records management. The Bulletins may be useful to municipal and county administrators who are responsible for maintaining public records and who do not have a records management specialist on staff. The first 15 bulletins which appear below were published in 2012 and 2013. Links to those publications are followed by a file containing the six chapters in the NAGARA - IIMC Records Management Technical Bulletin Series published in 2000. The chapters in that publication are titled: Starting a Records Management Program, Funding Your Records Management Project, Identifying and Locating Your Records, Establishing Records Retention, Developing a Records Storage System, and Making Your Records Management Program Successful. Finally, that publication is followed by five RM technical bulletins published in the 1990s. The publication of the bulletins in all three series were funded, in part, by grants from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).

2012 2013 LG RECORDS MANAGEMENT BULLETINS

ARCHIVES FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

CONSIDERATIONS FOR CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

THE DAILY MANAGEMENT OF RECORDS AND INFORMATION

DEVELOPING A RECORDS STORAGE SYSTEM

EMAIL MANAGEMENT

ESTABLISHING RECORDS RETENTION

FUNDING YOUR RECORDS MANAGEMENT PROJECT

IDENTIFYING AND LOCATING YOUR RECORDS

MAKING YOUR RECORDS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SUCCESSFUL

MANAGING ELECTRONIC RECORDS

MANAGING RECORDS WITH LIMITED RESOURCES

PROTECTING VITAL RECORDS

THE SELECTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT RECORDS STORAGE FACILITIES

STARTING A RECORDS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

1991 2000 LG RECORDS MANAGEMENT BULLETINS

RECORDS MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL BULLETIN SERIES, ALL CHAPTERS 1 - 6 (2000)

ARCHIVAL PROGRAMS FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

THE DAILY MANAGEMENT OF RECORDS AND INFORMATION

MANAGING RECORDS ON LIMITED RESOURCES

PROTECTING RECORDS

USING MICROFILM