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We know that you must like our blog, The Texas Record, if you are coming here to read our articles, but our agency hosts a wealth of information on our Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) website. Not only the retention schedules and training resources offered by the State and Local Records Management division,…

The SAFE-D Dance

“We can dance, we can dance, everybody’s takin’ the chance.” I’m not sure if there is actually any dancing during the SAFE-D Annual Conference, but I am sure that I’m not the only one who gets the iconic Men Without Hats song stuck in my head when coordinating with this awesome organization. The State Association…

Thank you, Caldwell County

This week my colleague Andrew Glass and I headed out to Lockhart, TX and taught a 2-day class for employees of several Caldwell County offices. We enjoyed being able to provide face-to-face instruction and consulting for the attendees, and based on their competitive round of Jeopardy at the end of day 2, we think they…

April is RIM Month

We had to wait until April 2nd to post this, because RIM month is NO JOKE! But we do have a few fun blog posts planned for this industry-related celebration, so stay tuned. Records and Information Management Month (RIMM) is celebrated internationally for the month of April to promote the RIM profession and to highlight…

SLRM Career Opportunities at TSLAC

If you are looking to enter the field or make a transition into records and information management, the State and Local Records Management (SLRM) division is looking to fill positions for three government information analysts and one administrative assistant. Check out the formal job descriptions for these opportunities and links to apply on our agency’s…

New Year’s Cleanup

You don’t have to – and probably shouldn’t! – use the trendy KonMari method of cleaning and organizing when it comes to managing government records. We can’t exactly apply the principle of whether or not a record ‘sparks joy’, because if that were the case, the public would be very upset about how much we…