FEDERAL SPECIALTY PART A. MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
A. MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE (30 Questions)
- Planning remote records storage
Determine appropriate remote storage venues for Federal records.
- RIM in strategic planning
Conduct strategic planning in a Federal agency: link to missions, set goals, determine stake holders.
- Federal records vs personal papers
Educate political appointees or senior level officials on Federal records vs personal papers.
- Onboarding/exit interviews for senior officials
Provide records management orientation/onboarding and exit interviews for senior officials.
- Contracting essentials for RIM services
Understand essentials of Federal contracting for RIM services: FAR, RFI/RFQ/RFP, contract types, contract vehicles, risk, inherently governmental function.
- Federal Records Center obligations
Understand the implications of an agency’s use of Federal Records Centers: roles, obligations, legal responsibilities, and invoicing.
- RIM program training
Develop qualified and trained staff for RIM program implementation and provide agency-wide training on records management responsibilities.
- Funding RIM services and equipment
Understand methods to obtain funding for RIM services, contractor support staff, equipment, technology and training or continuing education
- Personnel management for RIM supervisors
Understand Federal personnel management as supervisor, manager or team lead: OPM recruitment & hiring basics, position descriptions, OPM job series
- Communicating RIM policy and guidance
Determine methods and framework to communicate RIM policy, standards, and guidance agency wide or to targeted audiences, groups, or units.