Records Compliance and Control

March 1999
Financial Executive;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p61
Academic Journal
The article focuses on Jordan, Lawrence & Associates, a records-storage company. The article states that Jordan, Lawrence & Associates helps large corporations dispose of records in accordance with regulatory and operational requirements. The article mentions that clients of Jordan, Lawrence & Associates in 1997 were able to dispose of 60 percent of stored records, resulting in savings of over $23 million that would normally have been spent in storage costs. INSET: Pension Fund Evaluation..


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