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Purpose – This article aims to examine capacity building requirements for e‐records management in East and Southern Africa. It argues that e‐records management poses a number of problems and challenges that include but are not limited to: lack of skills and competencies, inadequate resources,...
Purpose – This article seeks to consider the practical implementation of an electronic records management system in the National Health Service Purchasing and Supply Agency, a UK government agency. Design/methodology/approach – It examines the four main stages from specifying and selecting the...
Purpose – This article aims to look at the intersection between corporate governance and information and records management. Design/methodology/approach – The information provided in this article is based on the author’s own experience and literature reviews. Findings – It is necessary to check...
Purpose – The purpose of this article is to examine the potential of The Sarbanes‐Oxley Act on financial accounting systems in publicly‐held companies. Design/methodology/approach – This article examines the Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act 2002 , commonly referred to...
Purpose – This paper sets out to explore the relationship between archives and the management of records, which are increasingly the product of the audit society, informed by a neo‐liberal agenda. Design/methodology/approach – The article is based on the author's views. Findings – It argues that...
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