Skip to comments.FAQ: Where do I keep email records?
Posted on 06/17/2014 1:46:50 PM PDT by Citizen Zed
Where do I keep e-mail records?
You must store e-mail records in an approved recordkeeping system. This system may be either paper or electronic. You may maintain them in your organization's paper filing system or electronically using EPAs enterprise content management system (ECMS). In either case, the recordkeeping system must:
>logically relate or group records in accordance with your office's file plan;
>ensure the records are accessible to authorized persons throughout their life;
>support retention of the records for as long as required;
>facilitate destruction of records on schedule;
>and enable transfer of those records which will not be destroyed to the National Archives.
(Excerpt) Read more at epa.gov ...
Fast and furious gate
What am I missing? America, if she survives (I mean “survive” in the loosest terms) will never be the same. There will be absolutely no respect for the law. The only thing that will matter is power and constituency.
This applies only to businesses, so that the government can harass them years after an alleged misconduct. It does not apply to government agencies, which are above the law, nor to leftist politicians who have an exemption from obeying the law.
I hold all my important business meetings in a Finnish sauna were everyone is naked and no cell phones, computers or paper are allowed.
The IRS gets an A+ in this area. That should earn someone a large bonus.
How’s come they aren’t going after her Internet provider for all her emails, like they would if it was one of us??
In the refrigerator's dairy section, right next to the green cheese that moves............
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