The ARMA Milwaukee Chapter is one of the first chapters chartered. The Milwaukee Chapter was originally established at “The Milwaukee Filing Association” on March 6, 1948 with 15 charter members, and the group was chartered on July 1, 1948. The first chapter president was Ida Welch.

In 1952, the organization changed its name to the “Records Management Association of Milwaukee.” During the 1955-56 chapter year, the local group joined the national American Records Management Association as the Milwaukee Chapter.

Email Preservation – CERP

Email Preservation – CERP

The Smithsonian Institution Archives has led and collaborated on the earliest efforts in the field of email preservation since the mid-2000s. Email...


Library Technician III

The Library Technician III is responsible for assigning work and controlling workflow relative to the acquisition of library materials.

Milwaukee Police Records Manager

The Police Records Manager is directly responsible for the overall efficient and effective operations of the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) Records Management Section, including managing staff and ensuring that rules, policies, and guidelines are followed according...