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Information Audit (Survey)

"A Records, or Information Audit is, a process undertaken to identify an organisation's information needs and assets, the way the needs are met, how the assets are created and how they are managed and used". Angela Abell, TFPL

An Information Audit or Survey should cover all types of media - paper, microform, optical and electronic.

Aims of an Information Audit

Further information about the retention of Information Assets can be found by clicking below.

Objectives of an Information Audit

The specific objectives of a Records/Information audit might be to answer the following questions :

Further information about the Auditing and Disposal of Information Assets can be found by clicking on the link below.

Last updated 16.06.09(KGF)

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