Re: [ltans] I have been reviewing the LTANS documents published in Internet...

"Aljosa Jerman Blazic" <> Sun, 10 April 2011 19:22 UTC

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Dera Carlos

You may want to check MoReq, model requirements for management of electronic records. I think there is a section on paper to electronic form transformation. These model requirments happened to be basics for legislation in some of the european countries. ISO is also a good resource. 




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On 10. apr. 2011, at 20:58, "Tobias Gondrom" <> wrote:

> Dear Carlos, 
> well at first, to my knowledge there are no RFCs about the migration of paper documents to electronic ones. 
> Equally I am not aware of any ISO standards about this specific topic. 
> But there are actually a number of national documentations and guidelines about process policies to migrate from paper to electronic documents. Usually these include process documentation and organizational controls to ensure correct transfer. Personally I find some of these guidelines overshoot a bit on the volume relative to the needed process. In many cases it is covered by national laws which in some cases refer to industry guidelines. (There might also be European guidelines influencing some of the national guidelines.)  
> A most common scenario to look at is for example for processes to scan invoices and store them as electronic documents.
> Depending on your specific need/use case I would recommend to look at the existing guidelines in your country/jurisdiction. 
> (And if you want to write guidelines for your country, you can drop me an email and I might be able to help dig out some published process guidelines from other countries.)
> Kind regards, Tobias
> On 04/06/2011 06:51 PM, Carlos Alberto Cadena Sandoval wrote:
>> Dear Team of LTANS,
>> I have been reviewing the LTANS documents published in Internet.
>> A bit apart of LTANS, would you tell me if there are RFC´s or norms (ISO, ETSI, ...) about migration from original paper documents to electronic ones? I mean, to scan paper documents to get electronic documents (Word, PDF, ...) such that they can be recognized legally.
>> Thank you and I hope to hearing from you soon.
>> Carlos Cadena
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