Modernize Your Government Records Management Program
Take a look into our picture journey of the evolution of records management
The first step and the foundation of best practices is storing paper records — in a compliant facility. For the federal government, that means a NARA-compliant facility, according to 36 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 1234.
Data Sheet: Federal Records Storage for Paper Records
Withstand the rigors of a federal inspection with our Federal Records Storage for Paper Records solution.
Federal Record Center Virtual Tour
See, first hand, the security, environmental, and fire safety controls that go into an Iron Mountain Federal Record Center.
Once storage compliance is achieved, the second step in best practices is unifying hardcopy records and digital information. Documents that are in paper format can be converted to electronic format. Records that are accessed frequently can be converted in bulk. Paper documents that are rarely accessed can be stored until needed. Once requested, these documents can be retrieved, scanned, and made available electronically for rapid access.
Data Sheet: Image on Demand™
Meet your unique records management needs, such as fast response to Open Government Initiative and FOIA requests, with Iron Mountain Image on Demand.
IDC White Paper: Impact of Too Much Government Information
Understand the challenges the federal government faces in dealing with the enormous growth of information and the impact it has on government employees.
Article: Papers to Pixels
Manage hybrid record environments - digital and physical.
White Paper: Total Information Accessibility
Achieve a unified view of information in any format, anywhere, anytime.
With a majority business records being generated digitally in the public sector, there is increasing urgency to improve the management of electronic records. A good program includes methods for controlling electronic records – either those “born” digital within applications or imaged after creation.
White Paper: The Road To Email Management Compliance
Balancing Strategy, Process And Technology
Report: Setting Retention Policy for Electronic Information
Practical recommendations for organizations wishing to define and implement retention policy for electronic information.
Data Sheet: GimmalSoft Unified Records Management for Microsoft® SharePoint
Manage electronic records alongside physical records, both onsite and offsite, from a common SharePoint experience to achieve a unified view across physical and electronic records.
It isn’t always easy to determine what a vital record is, let alone create procedures for managing them. However, the process of identifying vital records, aligning them with operational programs and establishing audit mechanisms are essential elements for success.
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library
See how The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library enlisted Iron Mountain’s help in its effort to build and operate a digital archive—the largest of its kind among presidential libraries.
White Paper: Important Versus Vital Records The magic 5% you can’t live without
Ensure the accessibility and usability of vital records.