FEDERAL SPECIALTY PART A. MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

  • A. MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE (30 Questions)
    1. Planning remote records storage
      Determine appropriate remote storage venues for Federal records.
    2. RIM in strategic planning
      Conduct strategic planning in a Federal agency: link to missions, set goals, determine stake holders.
    3. Federal records vs personal papers
      Educate political appointees or senior level officials on Federal records vs personal papers.
    4. Onboarding/exit interviews for senior officials
      Provide records management orientation/onboarding and exit interviews for senior officials.
    5. Contracting essentials for RIM services
    6. Understand essentials of Federal contracting for RIM services: FAR, RFI/RFQ/RFP, contract types, contract vehicles, risk, inherently governmental function.
    7. Federal Records Center obligations
      Understand the implications of an agency’s use of Federal Records Centers: roles, obligations, legal responsibilities, and invoicing.
    8. RIM program training
      Develop qualified and trained staff for RIM program implementation and provide agency-wide training on records management responsibilities.
    9. Funding RIM services and equipment
      Understand methods to obtain funding for RIM services, contractor support staff, equipment, technology and training or continuing education
    10. Personnel management for RIM supervisors
      Understand Federal personnel management as supervisor, manager or team lead: OPM recruitment & hiring basics, position descriptions, OPM job series
    11. 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.