MoReq2--one year on

Gibney, Alison
February 2009
IM@T.Online;Feb2009, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the performance of Model Requirements for the Management of Electronic Records (MoReq2), the pan-European model for ERM systems. Some felt that at 72,000 words it was too long while others thought that a new records management standard was one standard too many. MoReq2, unlike its precursor, has the advantage of an ongoing maintenance regime and is sponsored by the DLM-Forum, the European community of public archives. MoReq2 has been translated into French and Russian, and is being translated into Slovenian. Its take up in Great Britain has been somewhat slow, evidencing the lack of a clear steer from the British government.


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