Philippine Records Management Association 2019 Activities

January 29, 2019

Local Government is often considered the tier of government 'closest to the people' and is involved in many activities that affect the everyday lives of the community. Records are essential to local government operations as they provide public servants the information needed to direct programs, make decisions, and ensure administrative continuity. Local records are a public trust, a vital informational resource for local government and its citizens, and a significant cultural asset.


The Philippine Records Management Association, Inc., a PHILGEPS accredited supplier, member of the National Committee on Archives, National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and the US National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators advocates recordkeeping as a part of Good Government. To this end, the Association provides training across a wide range of subjects on records and information management to assist the servant-heroes achieve public service excellence.


May we respectfully request endorsement for the following seminar-workshops for the year 2019:



Date Venue
RM101: Records Management for Newbies 4-6 Mar BACOLOD CITY, L’Fisher Hotel
MS Access for Records Management: 
(Developing Databases for Managing Records)
4-6 Mar BACOLOD CITY, L’Fisher Hotel
Managing Records with the Law in Mind 5-7 Jun MANILA, Hotel H2O
Records Management Alert: Protecting Your Records and Yourself! 10-12 Sep CEBU CITY, Waterfront Cebu
GARP®: Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles 3-5 Dec BAGUIO CITY, Crown Legacy


The registration fee is inclusive of training kit, lunch and snacks. Participants should register online by simply opening the URL


We pray and thank you for your support to the Association in its cause to professionalize records and information management.


If you have inquiries, please contact 049-536-2546 or email


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