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1 Records Management TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 2009 Data Protection Seminar TMA Privacy Office

2 Records Management TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS

3 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 3 Records Management Purpose Illustrate how an understanding of Federal records management provides a solid foundation for data protection Describe how electronic records management will increase the Federal government’s efficiency and reliability Exemplify the role that each TMA employee and contractor plays in the preservation and protection of Federal records

4 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 4 Records Management Objectives Upon completion of this presentation, you should be able to: − Differentiate paper and electronic records from non-records − Identify the integral components of records management − Recognize the benefits and drawbacks of electronic records − Identify and apply federal records management regulations − Describe the Electronic Records Management (ERM) Project − Explain the impact of record freezes

5 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 5 Records Management Supports the creation, maintenance and use, and disposition, or the life cycle of records in order to document Federal policies, operations, and transactions appropriately and economically (44 USC 2901) Ensures Federal compliance and accountability Enhances information assurance Promotes information sharing Provides organizational continuity and consistency

6 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 6 Records Management What is a Record? All books, papers, maps, photographs, electronic, or other materials made or received by a U.S. agency that document the organization, functions, policies, decisions, procedures, operations, or other activities of the Federal government (44 USC 3301)

7 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 7 Records Management What is a Non-Record? Material that does not meet the statutory definition of records, including: − Library and museum materials − Personal papers − Routing slips, transmittal sheets, blank forms, and envelopes − Catalogs, trade journals, and publications − Reference copies Numerous copies of a single document may all have record status if they each serve a different purpose

8 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 8 Records Management Is it a Record?

9 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 9 Records Management Federal Responsibilities Follow records management laws and regulations, including: − Federal Records Act (USC Chapters 21, 29, 31, 33 of Title 44) − Paperwork Reduction Act (44 USC 35) − Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) (36 CFR Chapter 12) − Administrative Instruction No.15 (AI-15) Maintain an AI-15 compliant program for active (currently used) records and inactive (no longer used) records Establish safeguards against unauthorized removal or destruction of records

10 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 10 Records Management What is an Electronic Record? Electronic records include the following basic components: − Data − Metadata − Documentation Examples of electronic records − Video, sound, and image files − Compound or linked documents − Web-based documents

11 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 11 Records Management What is an Record? A message that is created or received on an system, including envelope data, notes, and attachments and was made or received by an agency of the United States government as evidence of the organization, functions, policies, decisions, procedures, operations, or other activities of the government (36 CFR )

12 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 12 Records Management DoD Policy DoD Directive , Approved Electronic Records Management (ERM) software, “DoD Records Management Program”, March 6, 2000 − Save record to an approved record keeping system if not printed and filed Policy Memorandum, “Electronic Mail Records and Electronic Mail Retention Policies for DoD”, May 22, 2005 − DoD records management and systems management communities must cooperate to ensure proper disposition of records

13 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 13 Records Management DoD Policy (continued) Documents of short-term interest or value − Delete all non-record within 180 days Print and File Policy − Print record messages and file them appropriately

14 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 14 Records Management What is a Records Freeze? Records freeze: The suspension or extension of the disposition of temporary records that cannot be destroyed on schedule because of special circumstances These special circumstances include: − Litigation − Updating a records control schedule − Re-processing or re-engineering − Disasters Must retain records that could have been destroyed prior to the freeze

15 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 15 Records Management File Station Manages and other electronic records through existing platforms and applications − Declares and files records − Located within the public folder − Controls access to − Separates sensitive government − Governed by AI-15

16 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 16 Records Management File Station (continued)

17 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 17 Records Management Electronic Records Management Project TMA ERM Project − A multi-year phased project to facilitate efficient and consistent electronic records management − Includes training and inventory control to ensure compliance with laws and policies Benefits of the ERM Project − Reduces risk of data compromise − Reduces legal exposure and vulnerability − Promotes organizational continuity − Secures access to information

18 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 18 Records Management System Inventories Data contained in information technology systems are federal records subject to AI-15 − A record’s retention period, or how long a record must be retained, depends on different regulations, business needs, and statutes − Records, or data in systems, with no defined retention period are unscheduled records − Unscheduled records require scheduling via National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) process: inventory, scheduling, and approval

19 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 19 Records Management TMA Privacy Office Website

20 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 20 Records Management Summary You should now be able to: − Differentiate paper and electronic records from non-records − Identify the integral components of records management − Recognize the benefits and drawbacks of electronic records − Identify and apply federal records management regulations − Describe the Electronic Records Management (ERM) Project − Explain the impact of record freezes

21 TRICARE Management Activity HEALTH AFFAIRS 21 Records Management Resources Records Management (44 U.S.C. Chapter 29 & 33) Electronic Records Management (36 CFR Part 1234) DoD Directive , "DoD Records Management Program“, March 6, 2000 OSD Records Management Program – Records Disposition Schedules, Administrative Instruction 15, Vol. II Policy Memorandum, “Electronic Mail Records and Electronic Mail Retention Policies for DoD”, May 22, 2005


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