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While archivists in western and eastern Germany may have different traditions, they face the same challenges presented by the use of information technology in government offices in recent years. Documentation strategies and goals in advising agencies must be developed in consideration of current...
The German archival law is established by the archives acts of the Federal Republic of Germany and the 16 federal states. The core elements of the German archives acts are the transfer of records from public authorities to public archives and the access to records transferred to public archives.
Based on a discussion about appraisal which has been going on for over a 100 years, the so-called vertical and horizontal appraisal have been developed and tested since the middle of the 1990s. During this process the tasks, functions and competences of the agencies, which are to be appraised...
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