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Where to learn more about maintaining files and records

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Question: I want to learn more about contract management processes, from the perspective of maintaining files and records. Can someone direct me to a Web site, a book or an online course that would help?  -- Marie


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Go to http://www.arma.org/ the website for ARMA International the association for records management and ALL it's related issues!

Try http://www.dol.gov. You might be able to find what you're looking for on that site. Elly

I found the book, "Taming the Paper Monster" particularly helpul.

I found the book, "Taming the Paper Monster" particularly helpul.

Here are a couple of websites to help do the trainging and give information;
intellicontract.com
blueridgesoftware.bz
contractassistant.com
ketera.com (software)

I recently did an "Administrative Assistant Fundamentals" course and they listed the following websites for records management:
www.archives.gov/research/
www.washington.edu/admin/recmgt/office/
www.metrokc.gov/recelec/archives/policies/inf153ap.htm

The Papertiger is great for paper file management. www.thepapertiger.com

I found a program called "enfish" that makes finding electronic files very fast and easy. They recently sold the product to another company and is now called easysearch. http://www.easyreach.com/enfishusers.asp

Contact Bryan Price at Connell. This is where I work and we do doc managment for clients. It is a great tool!

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