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According to Millar in the module on “Planning an information management is a core responsibility in any organization. In order to succeed an electronic records management programmer, an organization needs to establish a sustainable records management infrastructure which includes developing policies for the management of records and information in all forms including electronics and paper. ( Millar Laura, Planning and Managing an Electronic Records Management Programme Module 2, International Records Management Trust, 2009 http://irmt.org/documents/educ_training/term%20modules/IRMT%20TERM%MODULE%202.pdf, accessed October 2011 )

According to Long (1997) Management Information System has been called a method, a function, an approach, a process and organization, a system and subsystems. A management information system is computer based systems that optimize the collection, transfer and presentation information throughout an organization through integrated structure of database and information flow.

( Larry Long, Introduction to Computers and Information System 4th Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, Inc. 1994 ) Related Literature
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According to Millar in the module on “Planning an information management is a core responsibility in any organization. In order to succeed an electronic records management programmer, an organization needs to establish a sustainable records management infrastructure which includes developing policies for the management of records and information in all forms including electronics and paper. ( Millar Laura, Planning and Managing an Electronic Records Management Programme Module 2, International Records Management Trust, 2009 http://irmt.org/documents/educ_training/term%20modules/IRMT%20TERM%MODULE%202.pdf, accessed October 2011 )

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