Records management reinforces financial management controls and supports accountability. The ability to establish who did what, when, why and how is a powerful means of deterring individuals from engaging in fraud or corruption, thus enforcing accountability. Well-managed records provide an unbiased account of responsibility and liability. Authentic, reliable records provide an unambiguous link between the authorization to carry out a transaction, the particular individual concerned and the date. Thus, records can identify abuse, misuse and non-compliance with financial instructions.
Our multicultural values live and breathe in our organization and in our work with
nonprofit leaders, nonprofit organizations and the nonprofit field as a whole. Our work
is and rooted in and strengthened by ever-expanding community knowledge of and
relationships to diverse communities. Our programs are responsive to diverse ways of
learning and meet people where they are. We partner with others to promote collective
learning and to build the capacity of nonprofits as agents of multicultural
responsiveness and equity.
This is the essence of this training