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Enterprise Architecture: Case on defining the information architecture to design record management system.

Enterprise Architecture: Case on defining the information architecture to design record management system.

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  • 1. Enterprise architecture
    Framework and Tools for Strategic Design of ICT for Business
    johnmacasio@onecitizen.net
  • 2. RECORD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    INFORMATION SYSTEMS FRAMEWORK & ARCHITECTURE
  • 3. Agenda:Record Management Framework and Architecture
    Define the scope of record management at the agency wide and local levels perspective
    Define the business of record management to support the mandate of the agency.
    Describe the record systems to enable the management of record through the use of technology.
    Define the information and communications technology configuration to enable the operation of the record system.
  • 4. RECORD
    Information created, received, and maintained as evidence and information by an organization or person, in pursuance of legal obligations or in the transaction of business.
    -ISO 15389-1 Definition
  • 5. RECORD CHARACTERISTICS
    • AUTHENTICITY
    The record must be proven to be what it purports to be, to have been created or sent by the person purported to have created or sent it, and to have been created or sent at the time purported.
    Critical to authenticity of records is the implementation and documentation of policies and procedures to control the authorized creation, receipt, transmission, maintenance and disposition of records.
  • 6. RECORD CHARACTERISTICS
    • RELIABILITY
    The record is one whose contents can be trusted as a full and accurate representation of the transactions, activities, or facts to which they attest and can be depended upon in the course of subsequent transactions, or activities.
    Critical to record reliability is the time of creation or incident to relate the record.
  • 7. RECORD CHARACTERISTICS
    • INTEGRITY
    The record is complete and unaltered.
    Critical to record integrity is the protection against unauthorized alteration. It involves policies and procedures that specifies valid addition and annotation after the record is created, and under what circumstances and who is authorized to allow annotation, addition or deletion in the received record.
  • 8. RECORD CHARACTERISTICS
    • USEABILITY
    The record is located, retrieved, presented and interpreted.
    Critical to record useability is connecting it to the business activity or transaction that produced the record. The link should carry the information to understand the transaction that created the record.
  • 9. RECORD MANAGEMENT
    Field of management responsible for the efficient and systematic control of the creation, receipt, maintenance, use and disposition of records, including the processes for capturing and maintaining evidence of and information about business activities and transactions in the form of records.
    -ISO 15389-1 Definition
  • 10. OBJECTIVES OF RECORD MANAGEMENT
    OBJECTIVE 1:
    To implement the documented organization, functions, policies, decisions, procedures and transactions in the creation, maintenance, protection , usage and disposition of the agency records.
  • 11. OBJECTIVES OF RECORD MANAGEMENT
    OBJECTIVE 2:
    To define and execute the controlling procedures and organizational accountability to insure authenticity, reliability, integrity, and useability of agency records
  • 12. OBJECTIVES OF RECORD MANAGEMENT
    OBJECTIVE 3:
    To establish and implement standards and procedures to classify, index, file, store, secure, preserve, and dispose records
  • 13. OBJECTIVES OF RECORD MANAGEMENT
    OBJECTIVE 4:
    To design and execute a record system that exhibits the attributes of reliability, integrity, compliance, comprehensiveness, and systematic.
  • 14. RECORD CLASSIFICATION
    Differentiation of records based on the business activities of the organization.
  • 15. RECORD BASIC ATTRIBUTES
    Elements to identify and classify record
  • 16. RECORD BASIC ATTRIBUTES
    Elements to identify and classify record
  • 17. RECORD BASIC ATTRIBUTES
    Elements to identify and classify record
  • 18. RECORD PROCESSING ACTIVITIES
    1
    3
    4
    2
    ROUTE
    FOR
    BUSINESS
    ACTION
    RELEASE
    TO
    RECORD
    USER
    REGISTER
    STORE
    MAINTAIN
    SECURE
    DISPOSE
    RECORD
    RECEIVE
    FROM
    RECORD
    SOURCE
    CREATE
    RECORD
    BY
    SOURCE
    TASKS
    START
    END
    TASKS
    START
    END
    TASKS
    START
    END
    TASKS
    START
    END
  • 19. RECEIPT & ROUTING PROCESSES
    Process swim lane to draw the work flow in receiving and routing
    of submitted record or document.
  • 20. RELEASE & ACCEPTANCE PROCESSES
    Process swim lane to draw the work flow in the release of
    original or duplicate copy of document or record to the accepting user.
  • 21. RETRIEVAL & REPRODUCTION PROCESSES
    Process swim lane to draw the work flow in retrieving filed and stored document
    for reproduction or viewing.
  • 22. STORING & MAINTENANCE PROCESSES
    Process swim lane to draw the work flow in keeping and maintaining the record or
    document in digital or non-digital storage.
  • 23. CERTIFICATION, ACCREDITATION & VERIFICATION
    Process swim lane to draw the work flow in certifying, crediting, and verification of
    requested record or document for authenticity and availability.
  • 24. RECEIVING FORM
    The form layout and content to capture the acceptance of received document.
    HEADER TITLE
    Header Subtitle
    LOGO
  • 25. REPORT FORM
    The form layout and content to find and inform the status, condition, availability,
    and location of the record.
    HEADER TITLE
    Header Subtitle
    LOGO
  • 26. RELEASE FORM
    The form layout and content to capture the release of the record to the user for
    authorized use.
    HEADER TITLE
    Header Subtitle
    LOGO
  • 27. RECORD SYSTEM
    Information system which captures, manages, and provides access to records through time.
    -ISO 15389-1 Definition
  • 28. RECORD INFORMATION SYSTEM
    RECORD MANAGEMENT
    RECORD SOURCE
    RECORD
    REGISTRY
    TRANSACTION
    MAINTENANCE
    SYSTEM
    BUSINESS
    INFORMATION
    PROCESSING
    SYSTEM
    RECORD DOCUMENT
    TANGIBLE
    OR
    DIGITAL
    RECORD
    RECORD
    USERS
    DOCUMENT
    CREATION
    SYSTEM
    DIGITAL
    RECORD
    ARTIFACTS
    DATABASE
    NON
    DIGITAL
    RECORD
    STORAGE