Records Management for the Government


According to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), federal records include all recorded information made or received by a federal agency under federal law or in connection with public business. This includes audio and video recordings, architectural drawings, maps, photos and all forms of electronic data (online records, email, instant messages, social media content and texts).

With that definition, it’s not hard to imagine the exponential rate at which government records can grow.

Add into that the need for agencies to maintain compliance with regulatory requirements that call for openness and accountability, while reducing their footprint and converting to digital record keeping practices, and agencies can be left with an overburdened records and information management (RIM) program.

Discover how we can help ensure your compliance with applicable state and federal regulations, as well as your internal information governance policy.
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Access has the full-suite of records management solutions to help your agency meet these regulatory challenges.

Unlike traditional record management vendors that cannot – or will not – take the time to fully understand and address your specific needs, we have the unique ability to provide flexible, scalable and customizable solutions and secure storage options with a consistently high-quality of service for state and federal governments, nationwide. 

  • Our secure online interface will help you access electronic files faster, and at a lower cost than having to physically store and locate materials.
  • Our offsite storage vaults are equipped with features that can ensure the safety of your records in the event of an emergency, including natural disasters.
  • Our systems are equipped with powerful technologies and analytics that allow you to easily assess and monitor your program and compliance.
  • Our document shredding and disposal services have NAID AAA certifications for mobile or plant-based destructions and can incorporate all forms of media.

Actively Maintaining Inactive Government Files

[CASE STUDY] The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, in conjunction with ...
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Complex System Misses the Mark

[CASE STUDY] The City of Mississauga, located west of Toronto, is ...
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Big Concerns at a Small Government Office

[CASE STUDY] The Township of Tay is located on Southern Georgian ...
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Growth Hampered by an Inefficient Legacy System

[CASE STUDY] The County of Middlesex is a vibrant and growing ...
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