Fact or Fiction – Common Misconceptions About Public Records Archiving #infographic

Fact or Fiction – Common Misconceptions About Public Records Archiving #infographic

In the sphere of record retention compliance, the statement, "We need to create and keep that record for legal reasons," is often heard, yet not many people understand what it really means. The vagueness of the scope of their existing law archiving public records is the reason why a growing number of state governments are implementing new rules for managing the rise of new communication platforms.

The Texas 944 text message legislation is an example of local governments adjusting to new ways of connecting public employees with their colleagues and constituents – all to ensure timely response to public information requests.
It comes in with the new laws of record keeping an improved or a completely new data retention process. With one of the two a public official is likely to run into a number of difficulties. Many of these concerns stem from the many misconceptions associated with archiving public documents, specifically concerning the successful preservation of text messages, voice calls, whatsapp and other mobile communications.

Below we give the most widely held myths regarding archiving public records which may be an impediment to your public records request-response method.

Fact or Fiction – Common Misconceptions About Public Records Archiving #infographic

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