Compliance with documented information management policies and procedures is essential for effective information governance and ongoing information access. By supporting information authenticity, integrity and reliability, it helps your organization meet the Canada Evidence Act expectation that records were “created in the normal and ordinary course of business” and that they were relied upon for business decision making purposes. Any information management program that is not periodically reviewed for relevance, currency and compliance is destined to become ineffective and unused.
InfoAccess Consulting Group develops program benchmarking tools to assess your compliance with organizational policies and procedures. These tools also measure your current state and compare your information management program maturity level to standards and best practices such as the ISO 15489 Records Management standard, the ARMA Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles and industry related legislation and standards. InfoAccess Consulting Group also conducts information management program reviews to assess your program to identify opportunities for improvement and training support requirements.