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EDRMS implementation in the Australian public sector

  title={EDRMS implementation in the Australian public sector},
  author={Linh Thi Thuy Nguyen and Paula M. C. Swatman and Bardo Fraunholz and Scott Salzman},
Sad stories about EDRMS implementation failure are often told among records managers. An EDRMS project, like any other IS implementation, will need key ingredients to be successful. This paper reveals these components of a successful EDRMS implementation from the findings of a Web-based survey on the perspectives of records managers in the three levels of the Australian public sector. It also uncovers these organisations’ attitudes towards digital  recordkeeping initiatives and an insight on… Expand

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