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Trustworthy Information Systems Handbook (MN) 

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With the support of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) and in collaboration with select Minnesota government agency partners, the Minnesota State Archives developed and tested a set of criteria to establish the trustworthiness of information systems.
Trustworthiness means that an information system, whether computer- or paper-based, is accountable and can produce reliable and authentic information and records. Government records and record keeping systems must be accountable to citizens and elected officials.

URL for Resource: https://www.mnhs.org

Cost: Free

Document Creating / Publishing Body: Minnesota Historical Society

Date of Latest Revision: 2002

Topics: Information Systems Planning, Metadata, Risk Management, Self-Assessment / Audit

Associated SERP Framework Element: Preservation Metadata, Strategy

States: Minnesota

Date Resource Added/Modified: December 05, 2018


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