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Creating and Maintaining Proper Systems for Electronic Record Keeping

Abstract

National Electronic Commerce Co-ordinating Council

I. Introduction: Accounting for Electronic Records in E-Government

II. Identifying the Risks and Benefits of Moving From Paper to Electronic Transactions and Records

III. Identifying the Requirements, the Records, and Their Value

IV. Managing the Risks of Moving to Electronic Records

V. Conclusion

VI. References and Resources

Abstract
Creating and Maintaining Proper Systems for Electronic Record Keeping
Sun, 01 Dec 2002
National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council
 
E-Government, in all of its possibilities and permutations, is changing the way government conducts business and captures evidence of that business. Whether government agencies are delivering services via the Internet or just keeping track of contacts through a Web-based database, a range of electronic records challenges and opportunities emerge. This paper discusses those challenges and opportunities, and provides a flexible framework for making the most of new information systems for managing electronic records.