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Disposition of records in the Department of War.
United States. Congress. Joint Select Committee on Disposition of Useless Papers in the Executive Departments
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The records contained in this database regard only the Continental Army, and state and other units that served with them. Therefore, not all individuals who served in the Revolutionary War will be found in this database. How to use this Database: An index to the names of individuals contained in these records was created by Direct Data Capture. At the heart of Records Management is the Public Records Commission which approves the Records Disposition Authorization (RDA). An RDA gives official guidance to the cycle of a records series. These unique authorities are dispersed throughout a network of Records Officers representing the varied departments of Metro Government.
Disposition is an integral part of records management and is the third and final stage of the life cycle of records. According to the life cycle concept, records go through three basic stages: creation (or receipt), maintenance and use, and disposition.
All three stages of the records life cycle are interrelated. Thus an agency must coordinate its programs to manage records. Designed with the specific requirements of firearm dealers, collectors, and buyers in mind, Skyhorse Publishing’s Firearms Acquisition and Disposition Record Book is the perfect log for tracking firearm purchases and sales.
Approved by the ATF, the log satisfies the ATF requirement that firearm dealers keep a bound book recording their firearm acquisitions and gives enough space for each /5(93). Textual Records: Correspondence relating to records maintenance and disposition policies, Drafts of War Department issuances relating to records administration, with related correspondence, Correspondence and directives relating to operation of regional records offices, Records disposition schedules and related.
Records of Importation (27 CFR § ) Licensed firearms importers are required to maintain records of acquisition and disposition according to 27 CFR § This record takes the form of a bound book in which entries are written; however, a licensee may apply for a variance to maintain the required records on a computer by filing a request under the provision of 27 CFR § Disposition of records on change of status † 9–5, page 57 Unauthorized destruction, damage, or removal of records or accidental destruction † 9–6, page 57 Destruction as result of international armed conflict or threatened war † 9–7, page 58 Disposition of records that are a menace to human life, health, or property † 9–8, page 58File Size: KB.
Request for Records Destruction - After the retention period of a record has expired, the department’s Records Custodian must complete Part I of the Authorization to Destroy Records form (RECE) and forward it to the Records Management Officer.
Records Disposition Schedules. Records Disposition Schedules documents the major records series (including electronic records) related to the activities of each office, identifies temporary and permanent records, and provides mandatory instructions for the retention and disposition (retirement or destruction) of each records series based on their temporary or permanent status.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development | 7th Street S.W., Washington, DC Telephone: () TTY: () disposition refers to the transfer of records to an approved records storage facility, transfer of permanent records to NARA, the destruction of records, or other appropriate actions to dispose of records.
Unless retrieved; records transferred to a storage facility shall be dispositioned after expiration of their retention requirements. What is records disposition.
Records disposition refers to the ultimate fate of records, that is, whether they are destroyed or retained permanently as archives. Of the records created and received by employees of organisations in the course of conduct of business activity only % are retained permanently as archives.
Disposal of the vast amount of records occurs at various. All records retention schedules approved by the State Records Commission have a specific disposition listed for each record series. The five major types of Disposition are: Destroy, HIPAA Shred, Transfer to Appropriate File, Transfer to the Missouri State Archives (TMSA), or Permanent.
Selected records of the War Department relating to Confederate prisoners of war, [microform] (Volume Reel -SELECTED RECORDS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT RELATING TO CONFEDERATE PRISONERS OF WAR -Registers of Prisoners, Compiled by the Office of the Commissary General of Prisoners: 1 OCGP 1 ) -United States.
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manual is the single records disposition authority for all DON records. This manual is effective immediately; it is mandatory and applicable to the offices of the Secretary of the Navy.
The Art of War is a document by Sun Tzu. And Chinese military treatise dating from the Late Spring and Autumn Period (roughly 5th century BC). The work, which is attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu ("Master Sun", also spelled Sunzi), is composed of 13 chapters.
Each one is devoted to an aspect of warfare and how it applies to military strategy and tactics. Commanding officers may order the emergency destruction of records without regard to statutory and regulatory requirements under two, specified Emergeny situations 1) when a state of war exist or is threatened or 2) when records menace property, health or life.
The War Department transferred their Confederate records to the National Archives in NARA rebound the Collected Record Books, but still maintains the “chapter volume” arrangement.
Contact the National Archives and Records Administration for information on unit records pertaining to the Persian Gulf War. Some published unit histories are available in the general book collections of the Library of Congress or at the military history centers maintained by the various branches of service.
This section further requires a dealer to record the disposition of firearms showing the date of sale or other disposition, and the name and address or the name and license number (if a licensee) of the person to whom the firearm was transferred.
This information must be entered.In August during the Burning of Washington, the United States Department of War building was also burned-however the War and State Department files had been removed-all books and record had been saved; the only records of the War Department lost were recommendations of appointments for the Army and letters received from seven years previous.Records Disposition Authorities (RDAs) or retention schedules constitute authorization for the disposition of agency records as stipulated in the document.
These RDAs also identify the permanent records that a local government must preserve. Local Government Destruction Notice.