electronic record

electronic record

Any combination of text, graphics, data, audio, pictorial or other information representation in digital form that is created, modified, maintained, archived, retrieved or distributed by a computer system.
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AbsoluteProof provides indisputable evidence of the existence of any type of electronic record at a fixed point in time-without using private keys or certificates.
Jerry Janik, CEO of CTR Investments & Consulting, states "This product allows an organization to scan official photo identification, employee documents and all other related forms and supporting records into a single file, thus having a complete electronic record of each employee.
The system will record the person charged and their indemnitor thereby insuring an accurate electronic record of all involved parties.
These mandates have created significant compliance challenges for data management, electronic record keeping and electronic record retention functions.
The electronic record "metabolism" only accelerates once the drug goes into the production and distribution processes, and it will not subside until years after it is pulled off the market.
ForeMost Enterprise is an advanced and powerful electronic record keeping system (ERS) available for government and commercial users alike.
One of the biggest challenges is crafting a system that will provide an electronic record without becoming so expensive or unwieldy that it can't function in the real world.
But just as it makes no sense to try to build a telephone system without having telephone poles and wires in place first, installing an electronic record systems without the needed infrastructure will be unrewarding.
Hence, TEI recommends that the IRS adopt a goal of issuing a revised revenue procedure every other year that addresses ADP systems and electronic record retention requirements.
Requirements should be written to ensure the basic premise that the electronic record should contain all of the information found on the paper document.
NHPRC]'s been vital to the work of archivists, historians, states, and communities in virtually every state of the union, assisting on projects ranging from the preparation of the papers of America's founders to developing electronic record systems" he explained.
But slighting the electronic record can result in charges that a company and its advisors failed to fulfill their duty of due diligence.

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