All too often systems are funded, designed, and implemented without adequate thought about how records will be managed over their lifecycle. This puts programs at greater risk of not complying with federal records management statutes and regulations, and not meeting the public’s performance and accountability expectations.
Incorporating these checklists into a uniform and consistent CPIC review and approval framework that is used government-wide will help embed records management into new systems being developed and foster a systematic, consistent approach to help identify and articulate records management and recordkeeping requirements for IT investments throughout the life of the information system.
Armedia’s Capital Planning Services reflect our longstanding alliances with leading software providers and our in-depth knowledge of records management. We have the specialized skills to provide services to plan and track investments in systems, working from strategy and planning through implementation and maintenance.