As with any other business transaction, grants create business records of various types which must be properly maintained for the legally required time. This means having a proper records disposition schedule, and demonstrating compliance with good RM practices. In the case of situations involving even potential litigation there is a duty to preserve. Organizations need a litigation hold process in place, and be able to demonstrate that you consistently follow all policies and procedures.
The components of a defensible records management program.
How to apply a records management program in real life, and how technology can be used to support best practices.
How to react to potential litigation and discovery orders from a records management perspective.
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