Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, MIT, is President of Information Requirements Clearinghouse (Denver, Colorado). He has developed Retention Manager, the sophisticated records retention software and Legal Requirements for Business Records, a computer-based research tool including United States and international law for recordkeeping, records retention, evidence and information technology systems. He is the author of Recordkeeping Requirements, Records Retention Procedures, Legal Requirements for Information Technology Systems, and Law, Records and Information Management: The Court Cases.
Mr. Skupsky is a Records and Information Management Consultant responsible for developing records retention programs and analyzing legal issues affecting records and information management programs for small and large companies in diverse industries. He conducts national seminars and publishes print and blog articles. From 1997 to 2015, Mr. Skupsky served as the Director of Legal Research for Iron Mountain Consulting Services.
Mr. Skupsky has been a Certified Records Manager (CRM) since 1981. In 1994, he received the prestigious Emmett Leahy Award for outstanding contributions to the information and records management profession.
Mr. Skupsky serves as an expert witness and expert consultant in matters involving records retention, destruction of records, legal requirements for business records, legality of electronic imaging and reproductions, records and information management practices, electronic mail management, etc.
Education & Licenses
Admitted Colorado Bar, current since 1981 Juris Doctor, University of Michigan Law School, 1973 Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Wayne State University, 1970 Certified Records Manager, Institute of Certified Records Managers
Awards Emmett Leahy Award, 1995 Company of Fellows, ARMA International, 1994 Master of Information Technology, AIIM, 1999