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Electronic records management in China: present and future

Comma (2008), 2008, (2), 95–99.

Abstract

Two recent surveys by the State Archives Administration of China (SAAC) have demonstrated the extent to which electronic records account for a majority of records in central government agencies and other organisations. However China faces serious challenges in the management and preservation of electronic records. While a comprehensive legal and regulatory environment for information management and security is enabling the country to build a well-functioning modern information society, an overall national strategy for electronic records management is still lacking. The SAAC is taking a leading role in the development of national standards and regulations and it is expected that a national electronic records centre will be established.

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Liangcheng, Wang