Information is at the center of everything an organization does: strategy management, research and development, compliance. How the organization manages that information and its corporate records can directly affect its ability to compete, comply with regulations, recover from disaster – in other words, to operate efficiently.
The systematic control of records throughout their life cycle is the definition of records management. For more information, go to download ARMA International’s Fact Sheet.
“The Authority on Managing Records and Information” is a non-profit association serving more than 10,000 information and records management professionals in the United States, Canada, and over 30 other countries. Members include records and information managers, IT professionals, imaging specialists, archivists, medical records administrators, legal professionals, librarians, and educators. ARMA International provides standards development, legislation and advocacy, trends analysis and forecasting, and numerous educational offerings.
As an ARMA member, you will have access to timely and invaluable resources such as legislative and regulatory updates, standards and best practices, technology trends and applications, live and web-based education, marketplace news and analysis, books and audiovisual resources, and a global network of 10,000-plus records and information management professionals. These resources will help you guild or find the solutions you need every day.
The Greater Anchorage Chapter
Our chapter meets monthly (except summer and Christmas hiatus) to discuss a variety of records management and related issues. Our members represent a diverse range of records management professionals working in the public and private sectors throughout Alaska. We invite you to join the Chapter and realize the benefits that association with ARMA International will bring! Click here For more information and an application form, from the ARMA International website