The development of technology in recent days ease people’s work at various fields. As a significant example, at archival field which previously concerned on processing paper-based documents, it is now taking advantages of technology to manage, access, deliver and maintain archives. Technology makes it easy to access archives. Considering that fact, Vocational Development Center (VDC) Vocational College (SV) UGM collaborating with Archival Science Study Program organized “Electronic Correspondence Management” training on Tuesday and Wednesday, 28 February and 1 March 2017 at Fave Hotel Kotabaru Yogyakarta.
23 participants took part in that event. They came from Local Government Institutions, Hospitals, State-owned Enterprises such as BKD Boyolali, BKD Batang, Dr. Karyadi Hospital, Banyumanik Hospital Semarang, BKD Salatiga, PTPN VI Jambi, PTPN IV Medan, Sekda Kaur Bengkulu, PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital Sruweg, BKD Trenggalek, BKD Pacitan, BKPSDM Kranganyar, BBPPTP Surabaya, Local Government of Bandung, Public Health Office Ngawi.
This event was opened by Faiz Zamzami, S.E., MAcc., QIA as Vice Dean for Finance, Asset and Human Resources SV UGM. Faiz said that each institution should start using electronic correspondence for efficiency and economic reasons. Besides, electronic correspondence could aid the administration since every document would get stored well.
“This training has been being a regular event to give benefits to the participants,” Faiz said.
At the end of the training, all participants were taken a trip to Office of Archives and Public Library of Yogyakarta located at Letjen Suprapto No. 33 A Street, Ngampilan, Yogyakarta.
Head of Data Safety and Protection Division, Nursigit Edi Putranta, SIP, welcomed the participants and gave brief explanation about archives management at Office of Archives and Public Library of Yogyakarta. (ty)