Assessment of the records security system in Entebbe municipal council registry
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This is a report from the research carried out under the topic "Assessment of the records security system in Entebbe Municipal Council registry," from May to July 2018. This report consists of five chapters containing all details of the research process from the introduction to the study, to its literature review, and then to the methodologies that were used in the study. The presentation and discussion of the data collected from the study are also included here together with the summary, conclusion and recommendations of the study. Chapter one gives the introduction to the study, the problem statement, as well as the background, aim, objectives, scope, significance, and justification of the study. Chapter two, on the other hand, contains the literature review in which we find descriptions of records, records security, the records security systems as well as the threats to records and possible solutions as discussed by various authors. The third chapter contains descriptions of methods, tools, techniques and approaches that will be used in the study. So, this chapter contains the methods of data collection and analysis. The fourth chapter comes next afterwards and it contains the presentations of the findings along with the discussion of the findings on the types of records in EMC registry, the state of the current records security system in EMC registry, and lastly the challenges identified with that system together with the suggested solutions to the identified challenges. The last chapter, five, consists of the study's summary, conclusion and recommendations as well as the areas for further research at EMC. Lastly, there are various appendices and references in relation to the information in the five chapters of the report. There is an interview guide, observation guide, letter from and the head of department all attached as appendices. Therefore, the report has all descriptions and specifications for the purpose of understanding how the research was conducted and concluded.