FEDERAL SPECIALTY PART B POLICY, STANDARDS, AND GOVERNANCE
B - POLICY, STANDARDS, AND GOVERNANCE (30 Questions)
Key responsibilities in 44 US and 36 CFR
Identify key RIM responsibilities and obligations of Agencies and NARA as defined in 44 US and 36 CFR
Federal authorities for RIM policy and requirements
Effectively cite U.S. code, C.F.R, OMB M-12-18, NARA bulletins, and agency policy to provide authoritative legal justification for compliance with RIM program requirements policy and procedures.
Understand the scope and requirements of Presidential Records Management Directive OMB M-12-18
FOIA and Mandatory Declassification Review
Manage information access requirements for agency FOIA and Mandatory Declassification Review programs
National Security Classified and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
Impose information controls: National Security Classified and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
Records access for Litigation, Congressional subpoena, or GAO audit
Implement appropriate actions to comply with Federal information access requirements for litigation readiness, Congressional subpoena, or GAO audit.
Privacy Act Assessments and System of Records
Implement RIM policies and processes to comply with Privacy Act. Understand the function of the Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA,) the specifics of a “System of Records” and System of Record Notice (SORN.)
Classified records accession or transfer
Monitor RM classification prior to accession or transfer of classified records.
Managing records on shared drives
Establish and implement policy for managing records on shared drives
E-mail compliance policy
Understand requirements and develop an email policy compliant with 44 USC, 36 CFR, and NARA Guidelines.
Documenting requirements for records creation
Develop and document recordkeeping requirements for the creation of agency records.
RM audits, inspections, and risk management
Conduct records management audits, inspections, and risk management assessments.