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Principles for Minimizing Risk ARMA International’s eight GARP principles can help you to establish and monitor an effective information governance program in your organization. MARILYN BIER is the executive director for ARMA International, a not-for-profit professional association and the authority on managing records and information, and oversees the development and implementation of all headquarter projects. Additional information for each of the Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles (GARP) is available at 6. Principle of Availability An organization shall maintain records in a manner that ensures timely, efficient and accurate retrieval of needed information. 4. Principle of Protection A recordkeeping program shall be constructed to ensure a reasonable level of protection to records and information that are private, confidential, privileged, secret or essential to business continuity. 5. Principle of Compliance The recordkeeping program shall be constructed to comply with applicable laws and other binding authorities, as well as the organization’s policies. 24 fall.2011 7. Principle of Retention An organization shall maintain its records and information for an appropriate time, taking into account legal, regulatory, fiscal, operational and historical requirements.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of DOCUMENT Magazine - Summer 2012

DOCUMENT Magazine - Summer 2012
Table of Contents
What’s New
Most Social
Editor’s View
The Social Impact on Software Development
BYOD Not the Place for MYOB
Spare the Password and Spoil the Child
The Right Fit: Solving Your SharePoint ECM Puzzle
What Gets Measured Gets Results
Storage Wars
Finding a Connection
Eight Principles for Minimizing Risk
Calculating MPS in Your Own Company
Special Insert

DOCUMENT Magazine - Summer 2012