How Monroe County Executed Its Paperless Initiative
Monroe County was established in 1821 and the amount of papers that was accumulating from the span of 200 years was exponential…leading the County to embark on the Paperless Initiative. Today we’re going to discuss what drove the county to venture towards this initiative and the steps they’re taking to achieve it.
As the County Archivist, Kelly Smith , is responsible for managing the long-term storage and preservation of official records and ensuring that the public has access to them.
Together we discussed:
The situation storing 200 years worth of paper.
Top factors to consider when looking for a vendor to help go paperless.
Understanding state record retention rules
Workflow for digitizing a large collection of records
Changes in storing, and retrieving documents.
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