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BRM_Records_Storage_Form_Revised_Transmittal_Data.pdf

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The University of Pittsburgh utilizes two records retention schedules which recommend how long records should be maintained by departments. University guidelines on research data management provide management and retention requirements for research data created by University of Pittsburgh researchers. Finally, all data drives, tapes, or discs containing protected health information that are transferred to Access for storage must be encrypted per University policy Read more↗

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