Case Study #1 – Records management compliance plan

Client Challenge

  • This provincial government operation was in process of restructuring from a crown corporation into an independent company. As an independent entity, it would still be subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and as such, a records management program was required to enable compliance under the legislation.

Our Role

  • To develop a records management plan for the new company. This included a diagnosis and needs analysis of the existing situation, action plan, and implementation plan for the new records management program.

Results

  • The organization gained increased awareness about the status of its current records management practices and the steps it needed to take to implement a state-of-the-art program.
  • Study and materials produced during the project gave the organization the information and products needed to produce an efficient and effective records management program.
The quality of Mary’s research, analysis and reporting is extremely high. She exceeded expectations in terms of delivery of relevant material in a timely manner and her presentation skills in presenting to senior management are exceptional. She has a true capacity for understanding her customer’s needs and responding to them in a thoughtful, comprehensive manner. Her ability to translate information into opportunities for action is invaluable to organizations who are trying to bridge the gap from records management theory to practical application to outcomes.
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