From June 1995 through December 1997, staff from the Indiana University Archives and University Information Technology Services undertook and completed an electronic records project partially funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, designed to implement and test the "Functional Requirements for Evidence in Recordkeeping" model developed at the University of Pittsburgh. In this article, the findings of the IU project are reviewed in the context of several questions project personnel addressed during the project, including 1) Does the Pitt model ask the right questions? 2) What set of activities are required to use and implement the model? 3) What are the costs associated with implementing the model? and 4) What types of skills are required to apply the methodology.

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