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The University's Record Management Program is designed to ensure that we remain in compliance with State record keeping laws.
Benefit 1 - Ensures that important records are organized and maintained in such a way as to be easily retrieved and identifiable as evidence of TWU’s activities (especially in the event of an audit, a Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) request, or a discovery in a lawsuit).
Benefit 2 - Conserves office space and equipment by only storing active records.
Benefit 3 - Saves money by moving inactive files to inactive storage areas (determined by the department) until the records are ready for final disposition.
Benefit 4 - Helps preserve those records that are valuable for historical or other research purposes.
Benefit 5 - Controls the growth of records in offices through the systematic disposition of unneeded records.