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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Among his topics are electronic records life cycle, electronic records related definitions, relevant worldwide good manufacturing practices regulations and guidelines, trustworthy computer systems, procedural controls for handling electronic records, electronic record controls: supporting processes, electronic record controls while in transit, electronic records and contract manufacturers, and self-inspections.
Further, the legislation amended Real Property Law [section]317, to provide that a digitized paper document or an electronic record will be considered "delivered" on the date and at the time such document or record is successfully transmitted to a recording office.
A single inventory could not describe every electronic record in an organization; an appropriate scope might enumerate the records of a single program or division, several functional series across divisions, or records that fall within a certain time frame.
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.
At some companies, physical and electronic record keeping has been in such a state of disarray that it has often been cheaper to pay regulatory audit fines and fees than to comply by paying the people necessary to find and locate the requested records.
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.
The Electronic Transactions Act defines an electronic signature as an electronic sound, symbol or process associated with an electronic record, which is adopted or used by a person with the intent to sign an electronic record.
ESIGN largely limits its definition of electronic records to the making of mortgage-backed negotiated promissory notes, while UETA's definition of an electronic record is broader and covers other title documents.
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.

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