Editor's Note: Past issues of Information Management magazine have featured a series of articles discussing the individual components of the Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles [R] (the Principles) and the potential benefit of using its complementary Information Governance Maturity Model (Maturity Model) to assess recordkeeping effectiveness.
What does GARP stand for?
GARP stands for Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles (Association of Records Managers & Administrators)
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We have 51 other meanings of GARP in our Acronym Attic
- Geographic Areas Reference Manual
- Global Access to Recycling Markets
- Groundfish Assessment Review Meeting (US NOAA)
- Group of Archivists of the Region of Montréal (est. 1982)
- Gary Burrell & Min Kao (founders of Garmin, GPS equipment maker)
- Global Arthritis Research Network
- Greater Arkansas River Nature Association
- Global Applied Research Network
- General Attribute Registration Protocol (Cisco)
- Generalized Axiom of Revealed Preference (choice behaviour)
- Generic Attributes Registration Protocol
- Global Aids Response Progress (UN)
- Global Association of Risk Professionals
- Global Atmospheric Research Program
- Global Atmospheric Research Project
- Gratuitous ARP (Address Resolution Protocol)
- Groupement des Assedic de la Région Parisienne (French: Assedic Group in the Paris Region)
- Growth At a Reasonable Price (investing style)
- Guide to the Assessment of Rates of Veterans' Pension
- Global Alliance of Rapid Prototyping Associations
Samples in periodicals archive:
He describes how this supports the Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles [R] and, consequently, an organization's ability to comply with laws and regulations.
Specifically, new technologies should be governed by the Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles [R] at a strategic level, while supporting business and corporate objectives through standards-based records management at a tactical level.