For a research study of the big bucket approach to record retention, I would like to hear from records managers who have developed or implemented a big bucket schedule. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send your information about the project. If you know someone who has developed or implemented a big bucket schedule but does not have access to this listserv, please refer this message to him or her.
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