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A Study on the Records Management System through the Public Records Management Act in the United States: Focused on the Federal and State (미국 공공기록관리법(PRA)을 통한 기록관리 제도에 관한 연구: 연방과 주를 중심으로)

  • Jo, Aeran;Kim, Minkyung;Youn, Eunha
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.213-241
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    • 2019
  • This study looked at the US records management system through the US Records Management Act and derived the characteristics of US records management. The federal and state of the United States were compared to identify the characteristics within the US administrative system. Also, the composition and content of the US Records Management Act were analyzed according to the records management process. As a result, US records management has characteristics of recognizing federal and state independence, yet maintaining cooperative relations between agencies for the protection of permanent values.

A Study on the Legislation of 'The Records Management Innovation Road-map' (기록관리 '혁신' 로드맵의 법제화 연구)

  • Park, Mi-Ae
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.25
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    • pp.131-196
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    • 2010
  • The Records Management Act was established by the result of the National Archive reformism in 1999. However, it could not have brought high-quality changes of recording management since recording management innovation was not continuously achieved. On the other hand, in 2006 the Records Management Act was completely revised as a part of recording management innovation. The records management innovation road map is created as an agenda in order to accommodate difficulties we face in the process of the records management reformism and to establish a norm in accord with international standards, a redesign of records management process and a development of records management system so that it can react quickly to rapidly changing situations on records management paradigms. The organization of the Records Management Act was revised by compensating the defect and applying in international standards. This is due to the fact that it is the highest priority assignment to be able to help promote those sorts of innovation to provide an institutional strategy. 'The National Records Management Advancement Strategy' of National Archives in 2009 seems to be an extension of the recording management Innovation road map. Nonetheless, this strategy cannot be considered a strategy of the consecutive national records management reform since it reflects the basis of the existing policy without any assessment with respect to the records management innovation. Government-level talks on records management innovation should be regarded so as to establish a national policy on records management and to be consistent in carrying Out the policy. This research focuses on how the records management innovation road map is reflected in the Records Management Act in 2006 and how international standards are applied in the act in the national records management regime and current records management system. Furthermore, several challenges will be illustrated to overcome a limit of the Records Management Act in the process.

Directions for Developing Integrated Knowledge Management Systems Based on Records Management (기록관리를 기반으로 한 통합형 지식관리시스템 구축 방향 연구)

  • 김익한
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.21 no.2
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    • pp.153-167
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study is to discuss ′records′ as core resources for knowledge management and to suggests the directions for developing integrated knowledge management systems based records management. This present paper begins with analyzing concept and structure of records in light of knowledge management, and identify the importance of records management in developing knowledge management systems by substituting evidence axis in Upward′s "Records Continuum Model" for knowledge management. And this study tries to identify critical aspects regarding transfer of records to knowledge system by analyzing the level of records. Based on these analyses, it suggests a directions for developing records based-knowledge management systems.

Revaluation of the Records Center System in Korea (기록관 체제 재검토)

  • Kwak, Kun-Hong
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.27
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    • pp.3-33
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    • 2011
  • Despite the Public Records Management Act in effect for more than 10 years and the various achievements of 'Records management Innovation' made by the former government, records management in Korea still remains unsatisfactory in many fields. Especially one of the main concerns is about the records centers in the public offices failed to work efficiently. There remains lots of so-called ancient regime elements in the records center system, which causes the lack of stability. Divisions of general affairs in the public offices had played main role in records management for more than 50 years since the establishment of the government, and their role was limited to take over some records created and to manage the poor stack room. According to the Public Records Management Act revised in 2007, data center was renamed to records center and it was obliged to place records center under the office of planning management or the office of administration. But records centers have been nevertheless operated at a very formal level in most public offices. It is the real state of affairs that professional records management system interconnecting records office, records center and archives is not achieved. Why is it? This article is an answer to this question. This article attempt to find out on the inner causes such as structure of records center, records management profession, records management methodology, and above all historical background. In addition, it put stress on the necessity of definite separation between records office and records center and assurance of independent operation of records center for the normalization of the records management system. Improvement of methodology including records management process is also of great importance. And the standardization of records management business of the records center is suggested as one of the main tasks on the basis of the accumulation of 'best practices of records management' in the cooperation with the records management community.

A Study on the State of Classified Records Management in Korea (우리나라의 비밀기록 관리현황에 관한 연구)

  • Seo, Won-Kyoung
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.93-112
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    • 2006
  • As information disclosure is actively requested, loopholes of the government's Records Management System have exposed. Important documents of government have been disposed, lost, and closed to the public by the reason that they are 'classified'. This study starts from the recognition of these problems. Researches on classified records are necessary to reveal the historical truth. The purpose of this study is to examine the organization of Records Management System and the management of classified documents of the government institutions. Through the analysis of actual condition of classified records management, it is found that the classified records management is poorly implemented in Korea. This study especially deals with the classified records management system in special records management institutions such as legislative, judiciary, and military agencies. Though this study deals with a specific part of government, it may contribute to improvement of classified records management in government as a whole.

Analysis of Reform Model to Records Management System in Public Institution -from Reform to Records Management System in 2006- (행정기관의 기록관리시스템 개선모델 분석 -2006년 기록관리시스템 혁신을 중심으로-)

  • Kwag, Jeong
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.14
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    • pp.153-190
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    • 2006
  • Externally, business environment in public institution has being changed as government business reference model(BRM) appeared and business management systems for transparency of a policy decision process are introduced. After Records Automation System started its operation, dissatisfaction grows because of inadequacy in system function and the problems about authenticity of electronic records. With these backgrounds, National Archives and Records Service had carried out 'Information Strategy Planning for Reform to Records Management System' for 5 months from September, 2005. As result, this project reengineers current records management processes and presents the world-class system model. After Records and Archives Management Act was made, the records management in public institution has propelled the concept that paper records are handled by means of the electric data management. In this reformed model, however, we concentrates on the electric records, which have gradually replaced the paper records and investigate on the management methodology considering attributes of electric records. According to this new paradigm, the electric records management raises a new issue in the records management territory. As the major contents of the models connecting with electric records management were analyzed and their significance and bounds were closely reviewed, the aim of this paper is the understanding of the future bearings of the management system. Before the analysis of the reformed models, issues in new business environments and their records management were reviewed. The government's BRM and Business management system prepared the general basis that can manage government's whole results on the online and classify them according to its function. In this points, the model is innovative. However considering the records management, problems such as division into Records Classification, definitions and capturing methods of records management objects, limitations of Records Automation System and so on was identified. For solving these problems, the reformed models that has a records classification system based on the business classification, extended electronic records filing system, added functions for strengthening electric records management and so on was proposed. As regards dramatically improving the role of records center in public institution, searching for the basic management methodology of the records management object from various agency and introducing the detail design to keep documents' authenticity, this model forms the basis of the electric records management system. In spite of these innovations, however, the proposed system for real electric records management era is still in its beginning. In near feature, when the studies is concentrated upon the progress of qualified classifications, records capturing plans for foreign records structures such like administration information system, the further study of the previous preservation technology, the developed prospective of electric records management system will be very bright.

A Study on the Accumulation and Use of Corporate Records: Corporate Records Management as a Big Data Platform (기업의 현용기록 축적과 이용 방안 연구: 빅데이터 플랫폼으로서의 기업기록관리)

  • Kim, Sung-woo;Rieh, Hae-young
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.99-118
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    • 2020
  • The creation of value and the enhancement of benefits through records management by enterprises are comparable to those by public institutions. However, Korea has yet to establish guidelines on corporate records management. Global companies are strengthening their competitiveness by reducing trial and error in their work through the accumulation and use of records as information assets, which serve as the output of their work processes. While Korean companies agree on the necessity of corporate records management, most of them are concerned with archival (noncurrent records) management, such as historical compilation and historical data management, rather than records (current record) management. Therefore, through a case study of a K-company with effective records management, this study identifies methods to promote the accumulation, use, and management of corporate records in line with the search of value and benefits. Moreover, the company emphasizes the management of corporate records as a big data platform that accumulates and uses data, which is an important resource in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and proposes measures for their revitalization.

Introduction of Management System Case Study on Standardization of Quality Record Management to Improve Quality Performance Rate of SMEs (경영시스템 도입 중소기업의 품질이행율 향상을 위한 품질기록 관리운영의 표준화 사례연구)

  • Cho, Chul-Hee;Park, Byeong Hwa;Park, Jini
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Quality Management
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    • v.47 no.4
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    • pp.911-926
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    • 2019
  • Purpose: In an infinite market competition, companies are adopting management systems to gain a competitive advantage. The expectancy effect of the management system is management performance improvement and accurate measurements. These can be made through quality records with integrity and maintainability. This paper examines the operation of records management standards, which are records, storage and management standards for quality records to understand the needs of records management standards and empathize with their needs. Methods: This paper examines PEC's (Pields Engineering Co., Ltd.) specific processes and standards for integrating individual management systems and establishing records management standards. We also look at the specific features of the Search Tool and Document Storage Management Standards that support records management standards. Results: The integration process of PEC's individual management system consists of five steps. A PDCA-based process was established to erode the confusion and inefficiencies caused by overlap between individual management systems. Also, by accurately grasping corporate competence, PEC established a record management standard suitable for the characteristics of the company. PEC's records management standards are used as a useful standard for organizing quality records, and have an impact on management performance improvement. Conclusion: PEC's records management standards enable the verification of quality performance rates and performance measures. Companies can implement appropriate quality improvement strategies based on the numbers identified by introducing records management standards. Companies can succeed in improving management performance when operating quality management that combines performance measurement techniques and records management standards.

Evaluating Records and Their Descriptive Elements in the Records Management of Korea on the Basis of the Characteristics of a Record and Recordkeeping Metadata Standards (기록의 속성과 메타데이터 표준을 통해 본 한국의 기록·기록기술)

  • Kim, Ik-han
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.10
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    • pp.3-26
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    • 2004
  • ISO 15489:2001 addresses the principles and requirements with which organizations, both public and private, should comply on the management of their records to ensure that adequate records are created, captured and managed. The standard defines the characteristics that a record should have through records management system as follows: authenticity, reliability, integrity, and usability. Authenticity means that records can be proven to be what it purports to be, to have been created or sent by the person purported to have created or sent it, and to have been created or sent at the time purported. Reliability means that the contents of the records can be trusted as a full and accurate representation of the transactions, activities or facts to which they attest and can be depended upon in the course of subsequent transactions or activities. Integrity refers to ensuring that a record is complete and unaltered. Usability means that records can be located, retrieved, presented and interpreted. In order to have these characteristics, a record should be persistently linked to the metadata necessary to document a transaction. Metadata is "data describing context, content and structure of records and their management through time." Metadata ensure the creation and maintenance of authentic, reliable and usable records and the protection of the integrity of those records. It could be implemented by creating and capturing records management metadata in systems that create and manage records. There have been some projects and standard initiatives to identify a core set of records management metadata. Included are the Australian Recordkeeping Metadata Standard and the British Metadata Standard which is part of the Requirements for Electronic Records Management System. Recently ISO/TS 23081-1 is published to implement metadata requirements within the framework of ISO 15489. Public records management system in Korea is ruled by the Act on the Management of Archives by Public Agencies and Administrative Records Management Regulation. This article evaluates records and their descriptive elements captured and maintained by the records management system in Korea on the basis of the international metadata standards.

A Study of Next-generation Electronic Records Management Redesign (차세대 전자기록관리 재설계 과제 연구)

  • Ju, Hyun Mi;Yim, Jin Hee
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.54
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    • pp.151-178
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to identify the problems of electronic records management in the records management field and to develop a new electronic records management system that can cope with the rapidly changing records production and management environment, which is rapidly changing because of the introduction of new IT. It is time to design the next-generation records management system in all areas of process, system, and infrastructure to meet the new government record management innovation. In this point of view, the right value and direction of the next-generation records management system are determined, and the problems of the process, system, and infrastructure are identified and settled.