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RIM Styles: Take the Quiz to Find Yours

As public servants, records and information management (RIM) is a simple fact of life—statute applies to us all. However, regulation does not imply homogeneity, and RIM programs are as unique as the entities that create them. April is RIM month, and we at TSLAC want to take a moment to celebrate all the different RIM…

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Remote Training for Local Governments!

We are excited to announce that we will be conducting free introductory records management classes via Zoom for local governments on: Local Governments: Records Management Basics Tuesday, March 15, 2022 – 9:00a.m. – 11:30 a.m. (Central) – Register here! These classes are free for local government employees in Texas. Visit our training page for registration…

Welcome

Adding to Our Team

The records management assistance team at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission welcomes a new analyst this month. Read more about Katherine Hoffman, who is now the point of contact for local governments in the East-South region of Texas. The East-South region is comprised of the following counties: AransasAustinBexarBrazoriaCalhounColoradoComal DeWittGoliadGonzalesGuadalupeJacksonKarnesKendall LavacaMatagordaRefugioVictoriaWallerWhartonWilson To find the…

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SLRM Customer Service Survey

As a valued customer who works for a Texas state agency or local government, we invite you to evaluate our services in this biennial customer service survey. The survey asks you to rate and submit suggestions and comments about the State and Local Records Management division generally and provides opportunities to rate and comment on…

Remarkable Records

Remarkable Records: Spooky Records

With the changing of the seasons from summer to autumn brings in cooler weather, shorter days, and heralds in the spooky season. This season brings harvests, pumpkins, spectacular eye-catching displays, and eerie paranormal searches for the source of morbid curiosities. Searching for a sense of hair-raising sites and information of the departed, where might one…

Welcome

Adding to Our Team

The records management assistance team at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission welcomes a new analyst this month. Read more about Michelle Johnson, who is now the point of contact for local governments in the Central region of Texas. The Central region is comprised of the following counties: BastropBellBlancoBosqueBrownBurnetCaldwellColemanCoryellFalls Fayette HillFreestoneGillespieHamiltonHaysLampasasLeeLimestoneLlano MasonMcCullochMcLennanMilamMillsNavarroSan SabaTravisWilliamson To…