Records Management Governance Framework

Records Management Governance Framework from Velrada

By: Velrada  10-Jun-2013
Keywords: Information Management, Document Management, Knowledge Management

Velrada was engaged by an Australian subsidiary of a global Chinese mining operator to establish the governance framework necessary to ensure that best practice document and records management principles are adopted consistently across it's Australian operations. Project Overview Engaged by client to establish the governance framework necessary to ensure that best practice document and records management principles are adopted consistently across the organisation. Selected the ISO 15489 standard as example of best practice model and developed a program of work to align CPM Policies, Procedures, Business Classification, Taxonomy and retention & disposal and business systems with the standard. Client Requirements Instil and systemise best practice document and records management principles, based upon ISO 15489, across the organisation. Establish document and records management governance framework to enact company policy and ensure consistent interpretation and application. In particular: Improve accountability over decision making processes Ensure that corporate knowledge is captured, retained and re-used Ensure that compliance obligations are met Reduce corporate risk, and Define principles required for the replacement of business information systems Our Solution: ISO 15489 compliance audit to identify gaps between existing practices and the standard Risk and Impact assessment of gaps to business and prioritise focus areas Establish program of work and project plan to align focus areas with the standard Prepared work packages necessary to improve company organisation, processes and business systems to be aligned with ISO 15489 principles Established an IM governance framework Reviewed, updated and created company policies necessary to define company expectation in all areas of document and records management. Document Control and Management • Storage & Access • Retention & Disposal • Security • Preservation • Business Information Systems Undertook extensive business engagement to establish;A baseline business classification scheme based upon DIRKS Function and Activity model. Development of an agreed File Plan • document types and metadata capture requirements • metadata taxonomy • document naming and numbering standard • retention and disposal schedule Outcomes Standardised and consistent policies Common agreed Business Classification Scheme and File Plan Compliant Retention and Disposal Schedule Baseline Governance framework prepared in advance of Business Information System replacement Strategic Information Management Enterprise Solutions Integrated & Intelligent Operations Risk Management EPCM Government Health Resources Oil and Gas Utilities © Copyright 2013 Velrada

Keywords: Document Management, Document Management Solutions, Document Management System, Information Management, Knowledge Management, Records Management