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If you have ever wondered how MoReq2 compares to other electronic records management standards, you may find the answer on this page.

Reconciliations between MoReq2 and other standards are difficult to produce, and can only be approximate.  Nonetheless, they are in great demand, so we are keen to add more resources to this page; please contact us if you know of other reconciliations, or mappings, that show how MoReq2 compares to other standards.

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MoReq2 itself contains a mapping that shows how its sections and  chapters relate to those of  the original MoReq.  See MoReq2 Appendix 8.

MoReq2 and Other Records-Related Standards

The Appendices of MoReq2 contain reconciliations between aspects of MoReq2 and various standards (not standard requirement specifications) as follows:

  • ISO 23081 (Records Management Metadata): MoReq2 Appendix 5.
  • ISO 15836 (Dublin Core): Appendix 5.
  • Numerous standards functional overlap: Appendix 7.
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This document maps the requirements of the MoReq2 and PRO 2002 specifications, in both directions.  The mappings are draft and unverified.  Consists of a Micrisift Ezxcel workbook accompanied by a PDF document, in a ZIP file.

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A short document that maps eleven key terms (file, folder class, etc.) used in MoReq,MoReq2, PRO 1999 and PRO 2002 (the PRO specifications are available on the Other Specifications page).

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Mapping of the requirements in five specifications: PRO 2002 and 1999 (here referred to as TNA 2002 and 1999), MoReq (original 2001 edition, not MoReq2), US DOD 5015.2 editions of 2002 and 2007.  Extracted from PRO 2002 volume 3 2007 revision (available on the Other Specifications page).

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The paper compares MoReq and SÄHKE specifications, and it seeks to find out whether there is an easy way for harmonizing them.  Originally published in the Records Management Journal volume 19 issue 1.  Posted here with the kind permission of the author, Professor Pekka Hennttonen.