Every state agency is required to designate at least one individual to coordinate records management activities between the agency and the Connecticut State Library. The designated individual for the University of Connecticut is the University Archivist, Betsy Pittman. The records management program is a function of the University Archives, located in the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center (Unit 1205).
In addition to Betsy’s efforts, The Office of Audit, Compliance & Ethics (OACE) is available to assist departments with records and information management challenges. Rachel Krinksy Rudnick, the University Privacy Officer, assists faculty, staff, and students to navigate the rules and standards for protecting sensitive information and serves as a central resource for privacy related issues. Laurie Neal, OACE’s Records Compliance Specialist, can help you to understand state and University records policies and procedures, complete record inventories, assist with the proper disposition of University records and offer best practices.
Partner with us today and together we could produce these wonderful results:
- Meet legal requirements;
- Help clarify and organize data governance;
- Safeguard vital information;
- Support identity theft prevention efforts;
- Improve access to information
- Control the growth of materials taking up valuable office space;
- Control the growth of electronic data taking up valuable hard-drive space;
- Reduce operating costs;
- Minimize litigation risks;
- Support business continuity and emergency preparedness;
- Preserve University history