Date Posted: Friday, October 21st, 2011

School Records Analyist D. Gail Ralph Reviews Fire Damaged Records
School Records Analyist D. Gail Ralph Reviews Fire Damaged Records

Over the next few weeks in celebration of Archives  month we will be hosting guest bloggers. They will share their point of view and stories from the archives.  Today’s blog is from Jim Frazier, Government Services Manager.


The times they are a-changin’ in the Government Services section. The retirement bug is on the loose and we bid farewell to Debbie Sipple, Donna Clendaniel, and will do the same for Marylisa Carey in January. We wish them all well and thank them for their many years of service, but the good news is we have added some stellar talent over the last year or so.

Marian Coker came to us from the Division of Public Health, where she was the Records Officer for 3+ years. At DPA, she assumes responsibility for client agencies DHSS, DSCYF, DelDOT, DNREC and a number of others.

More recently, we added Amber Clendaniel to our staff. Her background in records management includes Records Officer and other records responsibilities with the City of Dover. She will cover the courts and public safety agencies. Welcome, Amber!

Also now on board is Dan Evins, who came over from OMB/Support Services to shore up the Courier Group within Govt Services.

We have completely revised and updated our State General Records Retention Schedule and are in the process of doing the same for our Local Government schedule. The Model Guidelines for Electronic Records and our Files Management manual have updates pending as well.


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