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Records Retention & Management

Municipal Training WEBINAR

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Records Retention & Management

WEBINAR

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW back to top

This workshop will address municipal records management requirements, including basic concepts and best practices for records retention, maintenance and disposition. 

Records are defined by statute, in part, as “any recorded data or information relating to the conduct of the public's business” [CGS Section 1-200(5)].  Records management requirements apply to all records, regardless of records formats or levels of access (for example, paper or electronic formats; open or restricted access). 

Effective records management can improve government efficiencies and services to citizens while reducing costs and liabilities.

The Office of the Public Records Administrator, Connecticut State Library, develops and directs the records management program for municipalities, other political subdivisions of the state, and the executive branch state agencies, pursuant to CGS Sections 11-8 and 11-8a.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES back to top

  • Requirements & Responsibilities
  • Concepts & Terms
  • Managing Records
  • Retention Schedules 
  • Disposition Procedures

WHO SHOULD ATTEND back to top

  • First Selectmen, Mayors, Town/City Managers
  • Town/City Clerks, Registrars of Voters 
  • Library Directors and Personnel
  • Human Resources Directors 
  • City/Town Attorneys
  • Boards/Commissions/Committees
  • Department Heads
  • School Superintendents & School Business Managers

COST back to top

FREE to individuals who are elected, appointed, or employed by muncipalities that are CCM Members.

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HOW TO REGISTER back to top

CLICK HERE to be redirected to GoToWebinar, where attendees can register..

Questions?
Please contact CCM Training at ccmtraining@ccm-ct.org or call (203) 498-3037.

CCMO back to top

Due to current conditions, CCM is not holding in-person trainings for participants in the CCMO program to earn credit hours. However, CCM would still like to provide opportunities to work toward completion in the program. 

Participants have the opportunity to earn CCMO credit hours by watching and participating in this webinar:

  • Watching this webinar live is good for 1 credit hour of Organizational Development.
  • Completing the short quiz that will be sent to attendees following the webinar is good for 2 credit hours of Organizational Development. 

 

              

Fine Print back to top

UPDATES & CHANGES: Last minute changes and updates, weather postponements, cancellations, etc. will be posted on this page

CANCELLATION POLICY: We understand your schedule may change. Please let us know if you have registered and can no longer attend.

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