Answered By: Christopher Jimenez
Last Updated: Mar 30, 2020     Views: 44

FIU Faculty & Staff:

As employees of a state institution, we must comply with the Florida Public Records Law. The FIU Libraries’ University Archives in collaboration with the Office of the General Counsel has created online training for us to become familiar with our FIU Records Management program, including our policies on records, email management guidelines, as well as our records retention and disposition process. We ask everyone to support our efforts to maintain the University’s records management compliance by completing the online training. Administrators are encouraged to promote this training within their administrative/faculty units and thereby enhance the staff’s professional development. The Records Management Compliance Training is accessible online 24/7. Anyone who participates in the training will earn two (2) credit hours of Professional Development and a certificate of course completion.

In addition, our latest Email Management Guidelines document contains information and reminders about managing FIU email records is available on the Records Management website. Take a brief moment to review this useful guide to help us better manage our emails.  Be a resourceful link by sharing this information with peers and colleagues.

The objective of the Records Management Program is to assist the university personnel to maintain, dispose and/or archive records appropriately in accordance with the requirements established by the Florida Department of State.

For any questions, please feel free to contact:

 

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