Learn how to utilize the newly structured records management solutions under Schedule 36.
As technology has evolved and federal space has been reduced, the federal need for managing both physical and electronic records has grown in scale and complexity. In response to these challenges, GSA's Integrated Workplace Acquisition Center (IWAC) has partnered with the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) to revise the current SIN 51 504 and has developed a related, yet distinct SIN 51 600 for Electronic Records Management Solutions.
Records management products and services will now be structured under Schedule 36 as follows:
51 504 --- Physical Records Management Solutions 51 600 --- Electronic Records Management Solutions
Join us to learn how to utilize the newly structured records management solutions under Schedule 36 to access a full range of related services such as needs assessment & analysis, education & training, mail management, document production, document conversion and document destruction services.
In this 2-hour session you can expect to:
Learn about NARA Universal ERM Requirements
Acquire a better understanding of the Schedule 36 Records Management SINs
Discover ordering options and Flexible Features
Get updates on recent enhancements to Schedule 36
Receive helpful tips on how to use the schedule to acquire a total integrated records management solution
Hear lessons learned and best practices on procuring records management solutions
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