Standards

AIIM's Standards Program develops and promotes high quality standards, recommended practices, technical reports, and industry specifications to support interoperability, interchangeability, and the global enterprise for information professionals

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AIIM TR31-2004, Legal Acceptance of Records Produced by Information Technology Systems

This report is a 2004 composite of material published in 1992-1994 as ANSI/AIIM TR31-1992, ANSI/AIIM TR31-1993, and ANSI/AIIM TR31-1994 (Part III). Those reports dealt with the admissibility in USA federal and state courts of printouts of document and data records that are stored digitally. 

AIIM TR15-1997, Planning Considerations Addressing Preparation of Documents for Image Capture

This technical report serves as a guide for document preparation.

AIIM TR16-1996, Content of Production Specification Sheets for Microform Readers and Reader-Printers

This report is intended to assist equipment manufacturers in preparing key descriptive information for product specification sheets that describe microform readers and reader-printers.


AIIM TR17-1989, Facsimile and Its Role in Electronic Imaging

This technical report, which serves as a basic guide to fax, discusses the variety of equipment available, applications, consumer’s facsimile needs, and selecting appropriate equipment to meet those needs.

AIIM TR20-1994, Environmental and Workplace Safety Regulations Affecting Microfilm Processors

This technical report provides an overview of environmental laws and regulations affecting photographic processing activities.

AIIM TR25-1995, The Use of Optical Disks for Public Records

This report provides guidelines for the planning, implementation, and operation of optical disk systems in applications involving long-term and permanent public records.

AIIM 24: 2014, Best Practice - Strategy Markup Language - Part 3: Additional elements

This draft standard for trial use specifies an XML vocabulary and schema containing additional elements that may be appropriate for inclusion in strategic and performance plans and reports.

AIIM TR12-R1997, Bar Coding on Microfiche for Production and Dynamic Distribution Control

This technical report discusses the present and potential uses of barcodes on microfiche and their location and orientation for controlling duplications and distribution.
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