The 2022 directive deadline is almost here. With the right records management strategy, you can meet the mandate with ease.
To comply with the fast-approaching M-19-22 Directive, all Federal records - both permanent and temporary - need to be created, retained and managed in an electronic format by December 31, 2022.
The mountain of documents and files you manage and maintain can make that deadline feel imposing, especially in all their various formats like paper, microfilm, video, digital images, emails, web forms, and others.
To help you stay on track, Ricoh’s information digitization experts can help you in different ways:
Converting your permanent records and emails into electronic format is a big undertaking. We can help you simplify it. Our document management experts are experienced with government workflows and know what to do and how to do it, fast and efficiently - in your office or at a secured offsite location.
Whether your hard-copy data grows at 50% or 150%, it's probably getting harder for your hybrid and remote workers to keep up and share information in a timely manner. Our Digital Imaging Services team can improve agency operations, lower costs, boost efficiency, and simplify compliance-realted tasks in several ways:
Document digitization doesn't have to be difficult. Our professionals can help you and your team create a holistic approach to records management that meets your every goal.
Our expertise includes:
Together, we will digitize your legacy records and newly produced or incoming files, organizing your digital records in a searchable repository — either onsite or in our processing centers using the latest scanning and indexing technologies.
See how we can help you.