Record retention guidelines fall in to two main categories, firstly, legal, where the federal or local government states that records of a particular type must be retained and be able to be produced for a specific period, after this they can be confidentially destroyed. The second category is where documents will be kept for business reasons, such as medical records, architectural plans and such. Though businesses generally store records for protection or justification in the event of legal action, records also ensure that a company's historical existence is not forgotten. Sorting through and understanding the ever evolving legislation can be an overwhelming and time consuming task. Allow our Retention experts to sort through your files for you and create a retention program that is right for your business.
We are a proud member of the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) and we are now proud to announce we are AAA NAID certified. We are dedicated to upholding the compliance of the Right to Privacy Laws, HIPAA, FACTA, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Gramm Leach Bliley Act and any new legislation which may be passed.