Seemingly silly Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests can quickly become liabilities if somebody isn’t removing private information prior to releasing the requested documents. If you’re performing redactions manually, human error magnifies the likelihood that something missed will place your organization in legal hot water.
Even the most ludicrous Freedom of Information requests can quickly become liabilities when you release information without first removing private elements. Redacting details manually is prone to human error, which increases the chance of placing your organization in a legally actionable position.
Many US federal agencies do not have records management programs that ensure the preservation of email records in a system, according to a 2010 self-assessment report released by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
The Case Management/Electronic Case Files system used by US courts only accepts documents in PDF format because of its accessibility and ability to retain the appearance of documents regardless of the computer used to view or print.
Synergy of ideas was the order of the day in Chevy Chase, MD today where presentations by myself and employees of Microsoft, K2
were comprised of separate yet powerfully connected elements of an overall content strategy. We spoke to a room of technology and business contacts from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the Federal Reserve Board, other departments of the US government, and consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, to mention a few.
We are pleased to be a part of a Government sector-focused educational seminar series happening in both the US and Canada next month. Microsoft and some of its partners – including us, K2, CapriVi and other companies – are holding free workshops focused on advanced records management and automation in SharePoint.