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2018, Vol., No.56

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    Organizational and Institutional Innovation for Strengthening Expertise in Public Records Management

    Seol, Moon-won | Kim, Hyeongkuk | Won kyu-Lee | 2018, (56) | pp.5~48 | number of Cited : 8
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    The main factors for successful records management are the organization and human resources, and the responsibilities and authority that are assigned to them. Therefore, the innovation of public records management should include i) redefining the role of records management institutions to meet the requirements of professional standards, ii) improving organizational setup and staffing policies, and eliminating the legal obstacles. This paper aims to suggest the innovation tasks above areas for strengthening the expertise of each type of public records institution. The tasks are presented in four categories, such as the records centers, local archives, institutional archives of legislative body and Judicial authorities, and professionalism and ethics. Based on parts of the Public Records Management Innovation TF(2017.9-2017.12) report, it is rearranged considering the pending issues and reflecting the opinions of the record managers in public sectors to reinforce the basis for setting the tasks.
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    Archives and Discourse

    Lee, Young Nam | 2018, (56) | pp.49~80 | number of Cited : 5
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    Archives Innovations have been generalized by the legislative system since 1999 in Korea. Although the legislative system is necessary to develop national archives system, it seems to be true in most situations or for most people. This study argued that it may not be completely true in all cases. And this study aimed discourse for more discussions about archives.
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    A Study on the Management and Improvement of the Government Publication by the Metropolitan Government

    Kim, Young | Heo, Jun-Seok | 2018, (56) | pp.81~112 | number of Cited : 1
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    Government publications at public institutions are data that are intended to convey the purpose of an institution or the performance of its business to the public or inside the institution. The management of government publications has become increasingly important under the framework of laws and systems, but matters concerning the nature and value of government publications have not been carried out at records management sites. The Act focused on the archives of the six metropolitan government, and presented issues and improvement measures for efficient management of government publications. To that end, the government should maintain a consistent payment system for publications. As payment method and payment book data in government publications are presented differently by law, a system for integrated management should be established to provide brief information and original information. Second, it is necessary to establish an administrative system that meets the storage environment. The publication registration and payment book system presented by the government’s publication guidelines is the central system of the National Archives and Records Service, so it is not an efficient system in the agency archives. Third, support should be provided to recognize the value of government publications and to preserve and manage them in the long term. To dispose of the government publications, a realistic classification method, integrated and controlled program should be presented, and criteria for users using the service should be provided. Fourth, it is the establishment of an integrated management system for government publications. The National Archives Service, the National Central Library, and the National Assembly Library should simultaneously build an abstract of information and original information so that they can be managed systematically and efficiently.
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    A Study on Confidential Records Management System in Japan

    Nam, Kyeong-ho | 2018, (56) | pp.113~146 | number of Cited : 0
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    Japan has enacted the Public Records and Archives Management Law from 2011 in order to prevent mismanagement of records management and to fulfill accountability to the public. However, in 2013, The Designated Secrets Protection Act was enacted before the Public Records and Archives Management Law brought changes to administrative institutions. The Designated Secrets Protection Act have raised concerns that the public’s right to know and the transparency of administration are being retreated, especially the development of freedom of information and records management systems. This article analyzed the background of the establishment of Designated Secrets Protection Act and the contents of legal composition. It also identified the possibility of human rights abuse in the aptitude assessment system, the lack of independent monitoring agencies, the impossibility of internal accusations, and the possibility of wide confidentiality designation. Furthermore, analyzed how the problem affects Japanese records management and freedom of information system. Through this, I suggested the improvement of the system of the secret level records management system in Korea, the establishment of the clear purpose of the secret record management, the application of the Tshwane principle, and the establishment of the independent and professional monitoring agency.
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    A Study on the Documentation Method of Intangible Cultural Heritage and Training Center

    Kim, Ji-hee | Young Hak LEE | 2018, (56) | pp.147~182 | number of Cited : 3
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    Intangible cultural heritage is formless. It’s of importance to preserve heritage in line with society drastically being transformed. It’s passed down by human being. It is, on the other hand, impossible to preserve intangible cultural heritage solely based on memory, for it’s changed in succession. Thus, it be archived to pass down. This study investigated on the state of affair related with Intangible cultural heritage documentations, examined the shortages thereupon. Furthermore, Training center should be in charge of documentation for a solution. This will provide an opportunity to overcome the limitations attributed to the top-down documentation system by central administrative organ, to open up the possibility of viewpoint of different successors, organizations. In addition to that, Intangible cultural heritage documents should be of different aspects of community history. Features of Intangible cultural heritages, which are convergent to the Regionality, tendency of variation, transmission, can be magnified when documentating. Finally, Training center is going to play a major role being vitalised. The record management of intangible cultural heritage, institutions and policies about Intangible cultural heritage have been highly complicated since National Intangible Heritage Center opened and the law on Intangible cultural heritage enacted with its recognition attracted. Therewith this study wishes to see a cornerstone of records on intangible cultural heritage by laying stress on training center in which educations and pass-down of intangible cultural heritage are lively achieved.
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    An Exploration of the Direction of Development of the Next Generation Conceptual Model for Organizing Public Digital Records

    Hyun, Moonsoo | Seol, Moon-won | 2018, (56) | pp.183~212 | number of Cited : 7
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    The study aimed at exploring a direction of development of the conceptual model for organizing public digital records. First, it started with reviewing the possibility of item-oriented records and archival organization, then analyzed RIC-CM developed by ICA EGAD. Second, it investigated the hierarchies of the classes and descriptive information applied to public digital records, as well as showed the necessities of transition from paper-based model to digital-based one. Based on these, it studied to seek possibilities for organizing public digital records not by record groups but by items. Finally, this study proposed the direction of development of the next generation conceptual model for organizing public digital records.