Fact or Fiction – Common Misconceptions About Public Records Archiving #infographic

Fact or Fiction – Common Misconceptions About Public Records Archiving #infographic

The statement, “We need to create and keep that record for legal reasons , ” is often heard in the record retention compliance sphere, yet not many people understand what it truly means. The vagueness of the scope of their existing public records archiving laws is the reason why an increasing number of state governments are implementing new rules to manage the rise of new communication platforms.

The Texas 944 text message legislation is an example of local governments adjusting to new ways in which public employees connect with their colleagues and constituents – everything to ensure timely response to requests for public information.

With the new laws of record keeping an improved or a completely new process of data retention comes in. A public office is likely to run into a series of difficulties with either of the two. Many of these concerns stem from the numerous misconceptions associated with archiving public documents, specifically regarding successful preservation of text messages, voice calls, whatsapp, and other mobile communications.

Below we offer the top commonly held misconceptions about archiving public records that could be an impediment to your request-response process for public records.

Fact or Fiction – Common Misconceptions About Public Records Archiving #infographic

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