Spotlight on: Anthony Adams, Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District

Heidi Steed Records Management, Records Officer Spotlights Leave a Comment

Meet Anthony Adams, records officer for the Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District. Anthony started with the district in late 2015 as the Executive Assistant and quickly embraced his role as the records officer. He completely reorganized the district’s retention schedule, and made sure that each record series created by the district was associated with an established retention schedule. Another …

Retention Talk- A few thoughts about updating your retention schedules

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When it comes time to update or create retention schedules, it can be overwhelming as you think about all the records your agency creates and maintains. Here are three tips (in no particular order) from our experience with records officers around the state! 1- Learn who actually deals with the records, and form a team in your office to discuss …

New World War I Records Online: National Guard 145th Field Artillery Scrapbook, 1917-1918

Rae Gifford Digital Archives, Research Leave a Comment

Archives Month is here again and this year we are focusing on the centenary anniversary of the end of the First World War. With that in mind, we will be posting weekly blogs discussing the war related records in our collections that we have digitized for you to access online. National Guard 145th Field Artillery scrapbook, 1917-1918. (Series 10339) As …

The Nuts and Bolts of Records Management

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The class materials for the Records and Information Management (RIM) Conference on September 11, 2018, are now available on the Utah State Archives website:  https://archives.utah.gov/recordsmanagement/event_materials/20180911-rim-conference.html The following are highlights from this year’s RIM Conference: Practical tips and solutions for your RIM program Implementing the General Retention Schedules (GRS) and your agency policy Email management practices Managing electronic records and ungoverned data Information …

Guests of Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy Visit Archives

Dylan Mace GRAMA, Open Government, Records Access, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

         The Utah State Archives and Records Service hosted 22 guests from the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy on September 24, 2018. Our guests were journalists, mayors, a senator, and agency directors from several Central and South American nations who travelled to the United States to examine transparency and accountability in government. They are researching best practices …

Spotlight on Kathy James, American Leadership Academy’s Records Officer

Rebekkah Shaw Records Management, Records Officer Spotlights Leave a Comment

Meet Kathy James, Records Manager, and registrar for American Leadership Academy. Carol has been managing the school’s records for 8 years. Jordan said “I am the registrar here at the academy. Part of my job is to collect, record, and store official documents for each of our 1,800 students. I also am responsible to make sure that there are multiple …

State Records Committee News

Rosemary Cundiff GRAMA, Open Government, Records Access, State Records Committee, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Patricia Smith-Mansfield, who served as the Governor’s designee on the State Records Committee for 14 years while she was director of Utah State Archives and Records Service, is back on the Committee. Now she is a citizen representative. Tricia, welcome back! Tricia’s years of experience, and knowledge of records law are valuable assets for the Committee. The State Records Committee …