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r----:- '-' ;._-,, ~,_l.,_~~-.r- REQUEST FOR RECORbs DiSPOSITION AUTHORITY LEAVE,BLh~. (t-iara use only) JOB NUMBER M c56g... ~- / Date Received To NATIONAL ARCHIVES & RECORDS ADMINISTRATION 8601
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r----:- '-' ;._-,, ~,_l.,_~~-.r- REQUEST FOR RECORbs DiSPOSITION AUTHORITY LEAVE,BLh~. (t-iara use only) JOB NUMBER M c56g... ~- / Date Received To NATIONAL ARCHIVES & RECORDS ADMINISTRATION 8601 ADELPHI ROAD, COLLEGE PARK, MID /O- -O(; 1 FROM (Agency or establishment) NOTIFICATION TO AGENCY Department of Homeland Security 2 MAJOR SUB DIVISION In accordance with the provisions of 44 USC 3303a, the drsposttron request, Including amendments IS approved Off ice of the Executive Secretary except for Items that may be marked disposition not M -I-N-O-R-S-U-B-D-IV-I-S-IO-N I approved or withdrawn In column 10 4 NAME OF PERSON WITH WHOM TO CONFER 5 TELEPHONE DATE l ARCHIVIST OF THE UNITED STATES Kathy Schultz (202) LY t 71~~~ I 6 AGENCY CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that I am authonzed to act for this agency In matters pertaining to the disposition of ItS records and that the records proposed for disposal on the attached 2_ page(s) are not needed now for the business of this agency or Will not be needed after the retention penods specified, and that wntten concurrence from the General Accounting Office, under the provrsions of Title 8 the GAO Manual for GUidance of Federal Agencies, ~ IS not required o IS attached, or o has been requested I!Mn~ DATE SIGNATURE OF AGENCY REPRESENTATIVE TITLE 2/9/04 Senior Records Officer U 9 GRS OR 7 ITEM NO 8 DESCRIPTION OF ITEM AND PROPOSED DISPOSITION SUPERSEDED JOB CITATION 10 ACTION TAKEN (NARA USE ONLY) 1 Executive Correspondence Tracking and Management System See attached sheets. -* cutpla1? -t Sj~ ct~~ ore ocru citwd Ul'cttY C:tteS:tO. l' 0 \ PREVIOUS EDITION NOT USABLE STANDARD FORM 115 (REV 3-91) PRESCRIBED BY NARA 36 CFR 1228 U U/&-/Or-- ~ ~~. ~/ /:JlJ}fYlO/ IJlDtrl ; /JLO/J1~?: ';J(j)C;(--;L (2 :.~ SF-115 Attachment NARA Job No. Nl u.s. Department of Homeland Security Office of the Executive Secretariat ThIS schedule will apply to officials/appointees and respective Components reporting directly to the immediate Office of the Secretary of Homeland Security. Office of the Executive Secretariat The Department of Homeland Secunty (DHS) Office of the Executrve Secretariat (ExecSec) coordmates Department-wide review and analysis of policy initiatives, regulations, testimony, correspondence, memoranda, reports, and briefing matenal for the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, and Chief of Staff. The ExecSec also coordinates or undertakes special projects at the request of the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, and the Chief of Staff. One of the primary responsibilities of the ExecSec is to mamtain the record copy of correspondence for the Secretary, Deputy Secretary and the Chief of Staff. The ExecSec primary responsibilities include: ensures the prompt and proper coordination ofmformation and policy documents to and from the department's Pnncipals, directorates, overseas posts and other government agencies; reviews, tracks, and responds to all correspondence received withm the Office of the Secretary; facilitates achievement of the Department's goals by establishing protocol and procedures to be implemented by all offices. Intranet Quorum (IQ) Correspondence and Document Management System -lnputs.-lfl fermation -G0 l:lsed to p~ul+ll-aaftte~th=hfee~s7'~ffi-eei'l&.3t5--e-r-ifh**lffifl~~~~~~-- vey5i~yls 2. Master Data Files. Contams electronic IfRags8 and associated metadata of unclassified incoming and outgoing letters, internal memoranda, s, reports, plans, policy documents, briefing books, invitations, and Questions for the Record (QFRs). After the incoming document is scanned, the electronic version is sent to a departmental office for the development of a response for the Secretary's signature, or SIgnature of an appropriate official at Homeland Security. The system tracks the assignment of responses WIth deadlmes, maintammg scanned Images of incommg and outgoing letters. The system does not contain any scanned images of classified documents. Data fields include assigned profile number, document date, from and to, title or subject, required action, and action taken. Disposition: TEMPORARY. Cut off files at the end of the fiscal year in which the record was created in the system. Destroy 10 years after cutoff. , ( I,'f. (, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Correspondence Tracking and Management This schedule will apply to officials/appointees and respective Components r orting directly to the immediate Office of the Secretary of Homeland Security. T is schedule is media neutral. The Executive Secretariat coordinates Department-wide review and nalysis of policy initiatives, regulations, testimony, correspondence, memoranda, r ports, and briefing material for the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, and Chief of Staf. The Executive Secretariat also coordinates or undertakes special projects at e request of the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, and the Chief of Staff. One of the primary responsibilities of the Office ofth Executive Secretariat is to maintain the record copy of correspondence for the ecretary, Deputy Secretary and the Chief of Staff. The Executive Secretariat primar responsibilities include: ensures the prompt and proper coordination of informatio nd policy documents to and from the Department's principals, Directorates, overs's posts and other government agencies; (reviews, tracks, and responds to all corres,rndence received on behalf of the Office of the Secretary; facilitates achievement of ' e Department's goals by establishing protocol and procedures to be implemented by 11offices. 1. Correspondence Tracking d Management System The Electronic Business Proces (Management system is used to maintain unclassified incoming and outgoing exec. lve correspondence within Department of Homeland Security offices, internal m (noranda, s and related attachments or enclosures. There are no scanned im es of classified documents, but some relevant metadata from classified documents re eived is entered into the system. This system contains some records categories su as chronological files, trip books, briefing books and invitations. a. Input Informa on used to populate the system consists of incoming and outgoing corres.ondence, directives, appointment letters, internal briefing and decision randums, and some attachments and enclosures. i. Official Correspondence. This system contains copies of incoming and outgoing correspondence, memoranda, s, and other documents requiring actions by the Secretary, Deputy Secretary or the Chief of Staff. These records document the Department's programs, policies, procedures, decisions, and other program-related or policy-related management issues. This system tracks correspondence with the private sector, internal Department offices, and other government agencies, including the White House and Congress. Also includes Briefing Books, Congressional Mail, Citizen Mail and White House Referrals (official, non-citizen mail). 1 , ~ I ( I Disposition for Paper Records TEMPORARY. Destroy paper records after they have been digitized an verified within the Correspondence Tracking and Management System Master Files (Item l.b.). (See the Executive Level Records Schedul exceptions. ) Electronic Records. Refer to Correspondence Tracking and System, Master Files (Item l.,b.,i. - vi.). anagement ii. Classified Correspondence and associated nclassified spreadsheet. Unclassified description log cdinto unclassified spreadsheet. Classified documents store? lin approved storage container. / PERMANENT. National Archives 5 years aftep / ut off. Transfer to the iii. Write-in Campaigns. orrespondence from the public that expresses an opiruon a particular issue often sent on pre-printed forms or postcards, r multiple pieces of correspondence using similar language express a view on an issue. appropriate. Destroy after sample has been forwarded to omponent with related tally. h. Master File Electronic images d associated data of unclassified incoming and outgoing moranda, s, and related attachments and enclosures. After the inco ng letter is scanned, the electronic version is sent to a departmental ffice for the development of a response for the Secretary's signature,o signature of an appropriate official at Homeland Security. The system tr ks the assignment of responses with deadlines, maintaining scanned incoming and outgoing letters. The system does not contain any scann images of classified documents. Data fields include assigned profile num er, document date, from and to, title or subject, required action, and action ta n. (Records are defined having an ECT Task Identifier as categorized in i ms i.- vi. which enables a distinction between permanent and temporary ispositions. ) i. Official Correspondence ii. Briefing Book iii. Congressional Mail iv. White House Referrals (official business mail) 2 I.. (,... .. I ' I \ I PERMANENT. Cut off files at end of Calendar Year of las action. Transfer electronic copy to the National Archives r preaccessioning one year after cut off. (In accordance wit ARA Bulletin ). Transfer to the legal custody ofth ational Archives 10 years after cut off (in accordance with ARA regulations at :36 CFR ). v. Citizen Mail vi. White House Referrals (forwarded citize TEMPORARY. Cut off files at end. Calendar Year oflast action. Delete 10 years after cut of. c. Outputs This system generates some standard report such as reports that summarize pending workload, preparer workgroup st istics, and status of suspense. These reports are generated on an ad hoc basi. TEMPORARY. Destroy when no onger required for business purposes or according to the disposition sche les of the components to which the reports were transferred. d. System Documentatio System and file specific ons; codebooks; record layouts; data dictionaries; user' manuals; and final rep s, regardless of medium. PERMANENT. updates to Natio aintain for the life of the system. Transfer copy and any I Archives when transferring pre-accessioned records. 3
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