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Athabasca University

Institutional Records Management Program

The Institutional Records Management Program (IRM Program) is responsible for supporting the educational, research and decision-making processes of the University through the development and of policies, procedures and standards to the creation, preservation and disposition of all types of recorded information at the University.

Effective records management ensures that vital records are reliable for decision making, trustworthy as evidence, and easily accessible to University staff. It also allows the University to fulfil its obligation to comply with Federal and Provincial legislation, to protect privacy and, and to uphold the principles of integrity, transparency and accountability as a public institution.

Updated January 27 2014 by Student & Academic Services

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