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LTS Information Management

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Information Management

Records Management

  • Records management activities include gathering references cited in the TTP.  Documents are identified, stored, and protected in approved records repositories; specifically in the approved electronic repository.  The documents are indexed and assigned a National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) retention schedule before being stored.  Ensure Records Identification Table (RIT) indicates the following information:
    • Description of records
    • TTP sections where the record was referenced
    • Location of record:  Typically IDMS electronic records.
    • Evaluate records for public or limited clearance


The following table represents a summary of LTS technical records.

LTS Records
  • Custody and long-term care licensing information
  • Real estate information including surface and subsurface ownership, surveys, deeds, and encumbrances, etc.
  • Legal information
  • Site-specific legal agreements
  • Institutional control information
  • Site use and operational records
  • Programmatic plans
  • Remediation documents
  • Risk assessments
  • Investigation documents
  • Environmental information
  • Radon and environmental hazard monitoring information
  • Ground/surface/leachate water monitoring information
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) information;
  • Completion/closure reports
  • Site surveillance and inspection information
  • Site maintenance information
  • Community relations and public involvement information
  • Health and safety information
  • Permits
  • Waste management and disposal information
  • Technical studies
  • Quality assurance information
  • CERCLA Administrative Record
  • CERCLA, RCRA, Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission investigation, risk assessment, and remediation documents, plans, and specifications.

Data Source:  J. Gueretta Legacy Management, June 2011


Data Management Objectives

  • Ensure TTP information stated or cited has identified sources and is traceable to its source providing integrity of the information
  • Assess software system documentation to ensure that systems used to generate information included in the TTP are well managed and that the systems are under proper software configuration control.
  • Understand data relationships between LTS information systems and their data
  • Assure configuration control of information systems, information, and data supporting LTS
  • Address S&M phase information requirements
Last Updated 07/05/2023 9:46 AM