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NAID helps ARMA with NARA initiative

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Dec. 3, 2014

NAID is one of a handful of records and information management organizations that were asked to join a coalition of key stakeholders to help the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) implement the President’s 2011 Memorandum on Managing Government Records and the Office of Management and Budget and NARA’s joint 2012 Managing Government Records Directive.

The coalition, formed by ARMA International, brings together industry leaders in records and information management, including those involved in the valuation, creation, storage, use, archiving, deletion, and security of records and information, to help NARA improve the management, preservation, and access to government records and to develop and implement new records management techniques to capture real-time interactions. 

The coalition currently includes AIIM, AHIMA, ARMA, NAID, and PRISM. To date, the coalition has held two meetings and is in the process of formulating its strategic plan. NARA, while not technically part of the private sector initiative, welcomes the initiative and has been represented during preliminary discussions.