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Volume 10, 2021

BBNC Records and Information Management (RIM)

BBNC is committed to preserving the integrity of records & information throughout the life cycle. The RIM department provides support to BBNC’s corporate and subsidiary operations in the management of hard-copy and electronic records and information. RIM also provides oversight, training & resources to manage the records & information of BBNC & its subsidiaries. Records must be managed at each stage of the record life cycle to ensure BBNC maintains its records & information according to current laws, regulations & industry standards. RIM ensures that operations are in compliance with all Federal, State & local laws.


The RIM team has the staff and resources to assist your department/staff in all things records management. Below are some of our highlighted resources available!

  • Training & Support for Records Coordinators;
  • Active Records Support;
  • Transfer & Logistics to/from Secure RIM Sites;
  • Records Classification Using the BBNC Retention Schedule;
  • Records Storage at Secure RIM Sites; and
  • Search, Retrieval & Delivery

The RIM department is organized, sharp and ready to help you organize your department. Watch the video on organizing your files to get a jump start.


Q: You were having a conversation with your co-worker Blanche about files, business records, the piles of paper on her desk, shelves, and in her file cabinets. Blanche mentioned she will never get rid of the piles that there could be useful information and that she has more than ten years of paper stacks. What should you do? 

Reach out to the RIM Department for guidance and assistance. The first aspect of the Records lifecycle is Active File Maintenance. Active files are records received/created and in use within one year, anything after is considered inactive. Before anything can be destroyed, records must be transferred to RIM for classification and storage. Once records are deemed eligible for destruction according to the RRS, the Records & Information Manager will work with the Department Head/Data Owner to authorize and conduct the destruction.

true leadership: what separates a leader from a boss

Leadership is an art of enabling others to work toward the same goal together. Leading a team of any size brings many challenges that can make leading difficult. Consider the scenario, if you have a thousand boxes of records that need to be inventoried for your department, what thought does that lead you to? Perhaps a thought that your Records Department is efficient, organized, and has a great leader and hard working team members. With a good leader, people are motivated to grow and will perform their best to reach the goal. Read more below on how to be the source of inspiration and motivation for the team.

5 ways to boost your self-esteem today

Self-esteem is a wonderful but delicate thing. When our self-esteem is high, you feel more resilient, on-point, sharp, and ready to tackle the day. Below are five ways to help improve your self-esteem and how to better deal with the blows we experience nearly every day.

  1. Use positive affirmations in the right way;
  2. Identify what you’re good at;
  3. Learn how to accept compliments;
  4. Don’t criticize yourself; and
  5. Remind yourself of your real worth

“The more you read, the more you know.”

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Where can I access BBNC Resources?

Policies, Resolutions, Minutes and other business records can be found on the InfoNet Resource Library.


Please send policies, procedures, handbooks, manuals, and related documents to rwardlaw@bbnc.net for inclusion in the BBNC Resource Library.