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2019, Vol., No.61

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    A Study on the Participatory Government’s Presidential Archives : Focusing on Re-organization of Records and Archives

    kwak geon hong | 2019, (61) | pp.5~29 | number of Cited : 4
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    The presidential archives of Participating Government were left as a result of record production innovation. The record proves the whole process of decision making and serves as a means of enhancing transparency and accountability. This article analyzed the existence form of records and asserted the necessity of reorganization. In the direction of the re-organization of records, we proposed a redesign of the record classification system, logical re-registration of records, and description of record detail information. In order to facilitate the use of the archives, the Presidential Archives should proceed with these tasks at the earliest opportunity.
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    A Study on the Organization of Literary Archives as National Cultural Heritage

    Eunyeong Lee | 2019, (61) | pp.31~69 | number of Cited : 2
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    This study seeks to find an organizational method suitable for literary records through a review of the application of records management and an archival exploration of the literary materials of the authors, which are housed in a decentralized collection of domestic literary museums. First, through literature research and case analysis, I explored the “principles of original order” for organizing by characteristics and values of literary records. Next, the organization model was applied to the literature materials of author Jo Jung-rae(1943~) that existed in the form of a ‘split-collection’ in the local literature museum after drawing a model suitable for organizing literary records as an example. In order to gain an integrated approach to the ‘split-collection’ by Cho Jung-rae, the research result suggests a model provided through a single gateway by linking descriptive information related to ICA AtoM-based ‘Records-Writers-Literature Museum’. The organizational model for the collection of individual literature museum was designed to provide richer collective and contextual information compared to the existing simple list by developing a hierarchical classification system in accordance with the principle of record organizing.
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    A Study on the German Archival Management Law and System through the Analysis of the 「Federal Archives Act」

    Lee, Jung-eun , Park, Min , Youn, Eunha | 2019, (61) | pp.71~118 | number of Cited : 0
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    This year marks the 20th anniversary of the enactment of legislation related to records in Korea. The Public Records Management Act of Korea deals with the entire process from production to classification, transfer, and utilization for all records. Recently, the National Archives of Korea is in the process of discussing amending laws to implement records management innovations. It is necessary to take a look at the cases of advanced countries abroad, which have a long tradition of Archival management and focus on preservation records. In this study, Germany’s 「Federal Archives Act」 was targeted. Germany is regarded as a country with a long tradition of managing preservation records. Especially, we have something in common that has experienced the history of division like our country. For the research results, each clause of Germany’s 「Federal Archives Act」 was to be analyzed to understand Germany’s Archival Management System. As a country that has experienced the division of Germany and unification, it maintains Archival management after unification. Therefore, we drew on the characteristics of Germany’s Archival management law and system and studied what implications could be given to our country.
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    A QFD-Based Comparison and Improvement of Service Quality for Records Centers of Public Institution

    Lee Su Jin , Hyo-Jung Oh | 2019, (61) | pp.119~156 | number of Cited : 1
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    The records centers service of public institutions helps efficient work activities of internal users, who actually do the work, and becomes the foundation for strengthening the competitiveness of the institution. Based on QFD technique, one of the quality control techniques, this study was intended to propose a plan to improve the quality of the records center service by analyzing and comparing the quality of the records center service of public institutions. To this end, as a follow-up study of Lee, Su-jin(2018), the research target was expanded to local governments to apply the QFD technique and reconstructed the HoQ based on the results of the expanded QFD application. Moreover, this study suggested measures to improve the quality of service in the records center of public institutions by compiling the implications of comparing the records center service HoQ and prioritizing the technology characteristics of the records center service.
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    A Study on the Records Appraisal Review : Focusing on the Education Office Records Center

    Park, Mi-ae | 2019, (61) | pp.157~190 | number of Cited : 4
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    The Records Appraisal Review contains the processes and results of appraisal works for records. This study is an analysis of the 2018 Records Appraisal Review of 22 Local Education Offices where records managers were deployed. To ensure reliability of analyzing results, the analysis data preparation criteria were applied to maintain consistency in the analysis data preparation. Also, statistics by appraisal process and retention period were cross-checked. Through the analysis of the Records Appraisal Review identifies the actual condition for records appraisal. Based on this, the improvement measures that are applicable in practice were proposed in terms of records management of department, appraisal works of records manager and operation of Records Appraisal Review Commission.