Building a GARP-Compliant Solution
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company

The Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles (GARP) were published with the intention of serving two key goals:

  • To foster a general awareness of recordkeeping standards and principles, and
  • To assist organizations in developing consistent records systems that comply with them.

The objective of these principles is to yield a responsive, effective, and legally compliant recordkeeping system. This requires a sound information governance program.

This white paper examines the importance of efficient recordkeeping and information governance. Read now to learn why, as organizations consider changes to GARP that align with their unique business goals, choosing the right solutions can be critical. 

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