ARMA Greater Columbus Chapter
Serving the Columbus Metropolitan area since 1969
ARMA International is a not-for-profit association serving more than 10,000 information management professionals in the United States, Canada and over 30 other nations.
The Greater Columbus Chapter of ARMA was chartered on September 11, 1969. It has over 70 active members working in a wide variety of jobs and organizations. The Chapter has monthly meetings with either an educational speaker or a tour of a Records Management facility or operation. The Chapter also sponsors an annual Spring Seminar.
ARMA International, Greater Columbus Chapter is recognized as a leading authority, advocate and vital resource for records and information management.
The mission of ARMA International, Greater Columbus Chapter, is to provide cost-effective records and information management (RIM) education, training, and resources to professionals, and raise awareness of RIM throughout Central Ohio.
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