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Unformatted text preview: Trustworthy Electronic Records: An Information Systems Approach Shawn Rounds Minnesota Historical Society October 2001, Minnesota Presentation Overview Background and overview of the Trustworthy Information Systems (TIS) Methodology TIS Development Process TIS Handbook and Criteria Set Testing and Promotion Whos Using the TIS Methodology Current and Future Work October 2001, Minnesota TIS Milestones Nov. 1997: Initial funding from the NHPRC May 1999: Additional funding from Minnesota State Legislature Dec. 1999: TIS Handbook online Jan. 2000: TIS final report to the NHPRC Nov. 2000: TIS Legal Risk Analysis Tool Oct. 2001: Version 3 released October 2001, Minnesota TIS Methodology is a Toolkit It is an evaluation toolkit, in the form of a handbook, for information systems development projects of all sizes and types. TIS tools were tested in real work settings and endorsed by the partner agencies that used them. The TIS criteria are the foundation for the TIS methodology. October 2001, Minnesota Focus on the System If an information system can be shown to be trustworthy, then it follows that the records it contains are trustworthy as well. Its easier to focus on the system than on all of the individual records. Trustworthy Information System = Authentic + Reliable Records. October 2001, Minnesota Authenticity and Reliability Authentic and reliable information is a recurring theme throughout the methodology Authenticity: The records reliability over time; function of the records preservation Reliability: The measure of a records authority; determined by the circumstances of the records creation October 2001, Minnesota TIS Criteria Basics Technical and non-technical considerations for systems to ensure reliable and authentic information Can be implemented at any time during the information systems life cycle They are practical and flexible; can be adapted to fit unique needs in any enterprise October 2001, Minnesota The TIS Criteria Set Tool for establishing trustworthiness Asked: what characteristics are essential for a trustworthy information system? For trustworthy records? Surveyed a variety of sources (records management, archives, legal, audit, government) October 2001, Minnesota Special RM / Archival Concerns Records disposition plan Details of creation, modification, storage Relation to other records Managed as a unit; can reconstruct on demand Officially incorporated into recordkeeping system October 2001, Minnesota...
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