What is a Record Management Liaison Officer (RMLO)?

An RMLO is designated by each ACA for each branch and each department as the liaison to the Document Management & Governance Team. RMLO’s are the primary custodian of public records for their branch/department. They are responsible for completing PRR’s, tracking and maintaining public records, abiding by all public record retention policies & procedures, and disposing of public records in accordance with the public record disposition policy.  

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1. What is a Public Record?
2. What is Pasco's Policy on PRRs?
3. Does a PRR have to be made in writing?
4. How much time does a PRR take?
5. How long do I have to keep my records?
6. How do I dispose of my old records?
7. What if a record has personal information?
8. What laws govern Public Records?
9. Does a PRR cost money?
10. What is a Record Management Liaison Officer (RMLO)?