In order to determine agency compliance with the records and forms management program, the Records Management Section will conduct periodic reviews of existing records management programs in state agencies. The purpose of the following sections is to provide an outline of the areas that will be evaluated during the records management review.
The information management analyst will develop a report which summarizes the findings and recommendations of the review for the agency director.
The report is intended to provide the agency with information required to maintain their records management program accurately and in compliance with applicable North Dakota Century Code statutes.
The Records Management Program is responsible for the efficient and systematic control of the creation, receipt, maintenance, use, and disposition of records required in the operation of a state agency. This includes determining retention, selecting the appropriate medium, choosing the best storage location, and selecting the best filing system for the records.