University Records and Information Management
What is University Records and Information Management (URIM)?
URIM services all of BYU campus in our mission to help departments and employees identify and manage university records and information. Records and information should be retained according to the University's General Retention Schedule (GRS), in order to comply with State and Federal laws and regulations, as well as security and privacy requirements. Compliance to retention requirements will reduce risk to departments and the university.
How do we do this?
We can only do this with help from you! Each department is responsible for identifying their records whether they are physical or electronic and ensuring they are retained in accordance with the approved retention policy. When retention has been met and the department no longer needs the records, records of historical value should be sent to the University Archives, and temporary records should be destroyed.
How do you fulfill this responsibility?
Each department has a Records Liaison who is responsible for making sure that the records in their department are being managed correctly. If you would like to know who the Records Liaison for your department is, please contact us. If you are the Records Liaison, URIM offers guidance, services, and training to assist departments in fulfilling their responsibilities. To begin building your department’s records management program, click on Getting Started as the Record Liaison.
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