i-SIGMA Appoints New CEO

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Origins of the ICRM, by Steven D. Whitaker, CRM

Check out this article featured in 2022 to learn more about the history of the Institute of Certified Records Managers (ICRM)

Nominations are Now Open for the 2022 ICRM Awards

The ICRM has many active and accomplished volunteers that work selflessly to give back to the RIM profession.  The passion and dedication that our...

Preserving and collecting mobile device data via Reuters

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ICRM Call for Nominations: 2023 Open Board of Regent Positions

Active CRMs in good standing are invited to apply for candidacy to a Board of Regents position. CRAs are not eligible to serve on...

Job Posting – Records Compliance Analyst/Sr

PNM Resources is looking for a qualified candidate to fill a Records Compliance Analyst position.  This job is based in NM and relocation expenses...

ARMA International Seats 2022-2023 Board Of Directors

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The ICRM adds two new awards in 2022

The ICRM has many active and accomplished volunteers that work selflessly to give back to the RIM profession.  The passion and dedication that our...

Ford Heritage Vault Takes You Deep into Automaker’s History via Autoweek

After over 100 years in business, you’d be right to assume Ford’s historical archive is dense. But the scope of what Ford had stored away in its Dearborn archives is largely unknown because the company hasn’t really leveraged its historical documents.

Managing records effectively in the digital age via Governmentnews.com.au

A Parliamentary Inquiry by the Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit has found that many Australian government agencies are not managing resources effectively, and that this is exacerbated by failure to capture enough information, especially from modern platforms, writes Rachael Greaves.

We’re Buried Under Email, A Monster of Our Own Creation via Medium.com

Not long ago, I posted the number of unread emails in my iPhone inbox on Twitter. This sparked a lively game of one-upmanship among a growing list of Internet luminaries, some of whom had — no joke — one million unread emails.