This practice covers original first-generation microforms including rolls, microfiche, aperture cards, and jacket film. The practice applies to the microfilming of records of federal, state, local, and other public agencies. It is compatible with government regulations for the microfilming of permanently valuable records and may be used by private industry to comply with public record requirements.
This standard describes the physical characteristics of paper documents which facilitate black-and-white optical scanning, and the characteristics which make scanningeither difficult or impossible.
This standard identifies the information recommended for labels on packages of photographic materials.
This standard is a revision of ANSI/AIIM MS1-1988. The revision is necessary because new standards have been issued and referenced standards have been changed since the previous edition of MS1. In addition, other changes have been made to improve the presentation of information.
This industry recommended practice presents a set of procedures and activities, which should be considered and/or performed during all aspects of analyzing, selecting and implementing electronic document management systems. Using the information contained in this document will enable the organization to consider all of the recommended steps, procedures, and activities highly recommended for EDMS projects, thereby significantly improving the project results.