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Please join us for this informative session about the New York State ED-1 document retention schedule. Learn what types of documents should be saved and for how long. The issue of preserving documents and in what format (i.e. microfilm, digital imaging) will also be discussed. Kindly distribute this invitation to the appropriate administrators in your district.
Date: Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Robert E. Lupinskie Center, One Merrick Avenue, Westbury (Location information)
Digitizing documents is a very positive "green" initiative. It also serves as a means of preventing loss of paper documents due to flood, fire, age, or simple misfilings. In addition, electronic access to student records, Accounts Payable, HR documents, etc. saves districts time and results in substantial cost savings by improved processes and redirected manpower.
This session would be particularly helpful for the District's Record Management Officers, Assistant Superintendents for Business, Directors of Technology, and the District Superintendent.
About the Presenter: Lorraine Hill-Campbell is the Regional Advisory Officer in the Local Government Advisory Services division of the New York State Archives.
For event information, please contact Dominic Potenza at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 516.832.2745