Trustworthy Information Systems Handbook (MN)

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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.


Free

Minnesota Historical Society

2002

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


Minnesota

December 05, 2018


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