Definition Edit

U.S. government Edit

A disposition program is

[p]olicies and practices designed to achieve effective and efficient disposition of records by scheduling them, ensuring their proper storage, and ensuring the prompt disposal of temporary records and the timely transfer of permanent records to the National Archives. Essential elements include issuing an up-to-date program directive; developing, implementing, and maintaining an accurate, current, and comprehensive records schedule; properly training those taking part in disposition activities; publicizing the program; and evaluating the results.[1]

References Edit

  1. EPA, Vocabulary Catalog List Detail - Records Glossary (full-text).

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