B-226375, Dec 28, 1987

B-226375: Dec 28, 1987

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Item 4 to authorize disposal of telephone use records (excluding records relating to investigation of employee abuse of telephone use and related claims) since proposed retention period is adequate to protect the legal and financial interests of the government. B-226375 O.M.: This memorandum is in response to your memorandum to Tom Luter. Luter asked that he coordinate his response with our office and it was agreed that we would supply our response separately. We have reviewed the proposed record retention schedule and from a legal standpoint have no objection to its adoption and issuance since it is adequate to protect the legal and financial interests of the government.

B-226375, Dec 28, 1987

MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS - Federal Administrative/Legislative Matters - Administrative Policies - Records Destruction - Time Restrictions DIGEST: This Office has no objection to the National Archives and Records Administration adopting and issuing revision to General Records Schedule 12, item 4 to authorize disposal of telephone use records (excluding records relating to investigation of employee abuse of telephone use and related claims) since proposed retention period is adequate to protect the legal and financial interests of the government.

Request for Records Disposition Authority: National Archives and Records Administration, telephone use records. RMS 87-06. B-226375 O.M.:

This memorandum is in response to your memorandum to Tom Luter, AFMD forwarding for his review and comment a Request for Records Disposition Authority (SF 115) submitted by the National Archives and Records Administration proposing to revise the General Records Schedule l2, item 4, to dispose of telephone use records 6 months after receipt. However, this would exclude records relating to investigations of abuse of use of telephones or related claims by employees.

Your memorandum to Mr. Luter asked that he coordinate his response with our office and it was agreed that we would supply our response separately. We have reviewed the proposed record retention schedule and from a legal standpoint have no objection to its adoption and issuance since it is adequate to protect the legal and financial interests of the government.