UPDATED State Records Management Education Materials

We are pleased to announce the State Records Management Education Materials have been updated and are available on the Records Management Interagency Coordinating Council (RMICC) website. In 2014, RMICC identified a need to broadly disseminate information about records management requirements at state agencies and universities. Also, the council determined a need for a second document…

RMICC: The Records Management Interagency Coordinating Council

By Angela Ossar, Government Information Analyst Let’s face it: when you work in government, you become more familiar with acronyms than you ever thought possible. Most of us have to-do lists that would stump the deftest of WWII codebreakers.* *A few of mine: “submit a TAR for NAGARA, follow up on URRS in JIRA, adapt…

Published: State Records Management Educational Materials

As we announced last April, the Records Management Interagency Coordinating Council (RMICC) undertook a project to produce informational flyers for broad dissemination. Today we are pleased to share the final product. The first flyer addresses records management requirements at state agencies and universities; the second addresses legislators’ and legislative records. The key ideas in these…

Request for Comments – Educational Material for State Agencies and Legislators

In the spirit of promoting records management and helping others understand why it’s so important, the Records Management Interagency Coordinating Council (RMICC) assembled a committee to create two easy-to-read, eye-catching, and information-rich documents for state agency records managers to distribute to staff at all levels. One is a brochure intended for state agencies and state…

RMICC Biennial Report Released

By Erica Wilson, Government Information Analyst On October 26, the Records Management Interagency Coordinating Council (RMICC) delivered copies of its 2011-2012 Biennial Report to Governor Rick Perry, Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst, Texas House Speaker Joe Straus, and members of the Texas Legislature.  The report, required by §441.203 of the Government Code, is prepared in even-numbered…