Missouri Electronic Records Education and Training Initiative (MERETI)
Internationally accepted standards can form a solid basis for a sound electronic records management program. Standards help ensure that all relevant factors have been considered when establishing or revising systems and procedures, and help achieve common understandings among parties with differing backgrounds and viewpoints. The following standards were discussed and recommended by the instructors during the MERETI workshop series.
State and local government employees may reference the standards at the Missouri State Library, 600 West Main Street, Jefferson City, 2nd Floor. Alternatively, all the listed standards may be purchased from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) at their on-line eStandards Store at http://webstore.ansi.org/ansidocstore/default.asp.
|ISO 15489-1:2001||Information and documentation - Records management - Part 1: General|
|ISO/TR 15489-2:2001||Information and documentation - Records management - Part2: Guidelines|
|ANSI/AIIM TR2-1998||Glossary of Document Technologies|
|ANSI/AIIM TR27-1996||Electronic Imaging Request for Proposal (RFP) Guidelines ISBN 0892582227|
|ANSI/AIIM ARMA TR48-2004||Framework for Integration of Electronic Document Management Systems and Electronic Records Management Systems Technical Reports|
Trustworthiness, Information Security:
|ISO/IEC 17799:2005||Information technology - Security techniques - Code of practice for information security management|
|ISO/TR 15801:2004||Electronic imaging - information stored electronically - Recommendations for trustworthiness and reliability|
|NFPA 232:||Standard for the Protection of Records 2000 Edition|
|NFPA 75:||Standard for the Protection of Information Technology Equipment 2003 Edition|
Vital Records, Disaster Recovery:
|ANSI/ARMA 5-2003||Vital Records Programs: Identifying, Managing, and Recovering Business-Critical Records|