Information Governance: Beyond ISO 30301 (Cura Viewpoint Book 1)
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This viewpoint is intended as an aid for those considering the adoption of the international standards ISO 303000:2011 (Information and documentation -- Management systems for records -- Fundamentals and vocabulary) and 30301:2019 (Information and documentation -- Management systems for records -- Requirements) and how they can be embedded in the wider concept of information governance in organizations.
The International Standards Organization published ISO 30300 and ISO 30301 as part of a series of standards which aim to provide a universally applicable management system for records (MSR) incorporating guidelines for improving the management of recorded information. The standards also serve as markers against which conformance and improvements can be measured.
The viewpoint first explains the concepts of a management system for records and then discusses the contrasting language of the information and records worlds in the context of an information life cycle. The concept of information governance is introduced leading to ways of implementing it as a Management System for Information (MSI) having a broader scope than that provided by the international standards.
The viewpoint includes a glossary of terms and a list of 24 bookmarked figures provided in annexes. Cited documents are listed in the bookmarked bibliography containing 36 references where more detailed information can be found.
This is the first of a series of Cura viewpoints relating to the world of information, both documents and data. It will be updated as new or interesting developments around managing information emerge. Readers can contact me at email@example.com or for broader coverage of this topic see my book 'Effective Document and Data Management'.
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