Constructing a Function-Based Records Classification System: Business Activity Structure Classification System

  • Paul Sabourin

Author Biography

Paul Sabourin
Paul Sabourin is an acting project officer in the Appraisal and Special Projects Section of the Government Records Branch of the National Archives of Canada. His primary project for the last three years has been to review the General Records Disposal Schedules of the Government of Canada and write new Multi-Institutional Disposition Authorities for common administrative records. Since joining the National Archives in 1992 as an information systems analyst, he has worked with federal institutions to obtain Records Disposition Authorities for their operational records and assist institutions in the application of authorities. Prior to joining the National Archives, he worked in the records management discipline for several federal institutions, constructing records classification systems and managing records programmes. He holds a B.A. in History, a B.A. combined majors in French Literature and Philosophy, and an M.A. in Philosophy, from Carleton University.
Published
2001-01-01
How to Cite
Sabourin, Paul. 2001. “Constructing a Function-Based Records Classification System: Business Activity Structure Classification System”. Archivaria 51 (January), 137-54. https://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12797.
Section
Counterpoint