PRLog - June 6, 2012 - LONDON -- Capita’s National Implementing the Public Records Scotland Act (PRSA) Conference, taking place in Edinburgh on Wednesday 19th September, examines public records management duties within the Act and key strategic measures intended to drive forward improvements in records keeping in Scotland. Due to be fully implemented in January 2013, the Act places a responsibility on public authorities to produce robust records management plans that ensure information is easily accessible, securely retained or disposed of, while also meeting statutory and fiscal requirements.
Information and Records Mgt1
Systematic control of information and clear operational structures are needed to address inefficiencies and maintain high standards. This timely conference offers the opportunity to benchmark your records keeping procedures against leading examples across health and social care, local authorities and the police.
Do not miss the chance to equip your organisation with practical knowledge to ensure you are fully compliant with the new Act. Attend this critical event to develop comprehensive records management services, address challenges faced in obtaining, storing and sharing data securely, and hear solutions to:
• Overcoming common barriers to good records keeping
• Delivering savings in administration costs while upholding high quality standards in service
• Establishing sector-led structural improvements and frameworks
Join expert speakers and peers from across Scotland to hear practical examples and guidance on meeting your new duties.
Contact: Richard Goddard on 020 7960 7719 or richard.goddard@