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[INFOGRAPHIC] Be a Records Management Hero!

Earlier this year, we unveiled our superhero theme, inviting records managers to join us at their regional ARMA events (as well as ARMA Live!) and answer the question: "what kind of records management hero are you?"

We've learned a lot about the state of the discipline in having these conversations, and we're proud to report that there are a whole lot of Rebecca Recordses, Gary Governances, and Classified Clarences out there! 

If you haven't had a chance to explore this infographic and don your compliance cape yet, here's your turn! 

What kind of records management hero are you?

So what kind of records hero are you? Simply answer the questions below to find out how you fight the injustice of ROT data. Click on the image to open it in a new window!

Follow this flow chart to learn what kind of records management hero you are!

It takes all kinds of heroes to secure records, so whether you are more of a Rebecca, Gary, or Clarence, we're glad to be part of a community of dedicated fighters against improper retention. Leave a comment below to tell us what hero you ended up with!

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