n.a record of ephemeral value that can be destroyed immediately or after a short time periodCrocker and Brock 1956, 254Locator cards in the administrator’s files show the new location of those records. Some administrators have further increased the value of the locator cards by indicating on them data relating to the destruction of disposable records, thus tying their records disposition program into their control system.Pinkett 1967, 41Another class of possibly disposable records frequently found interfiled with general correspondence, especially in middle and lower line offices, are case files arranged under subject headings by name of cooperator, permittee, vendor, grantor, lessor, contractor, claimant, licensee, or other individual or organization. These files deal with specific repetitive transactions that may be explained adequately for long-term reference in general subject correspondence and program reports. Often preservation of a few samples of such files suffices to illustrate operating procedures or to provide information concerning transactions of known historical interest.Fisher 1969, 221Accumulation of data about forms and types of material tends to separate disposable records from permanent records. On the basis of these patterns, recommendations can be made in advance for discarding duplicated or irrelevant materials before the records come to the archives.Pinkett 1978, 418Major goals of the implementation should include increased efforts to secure (1) adequate funding for archival space and personnel, (2) the earliest possible designation of permanently valuable records and their separation from disposable records, (3) more effective use of retention and disposal records schedules, and (4) more planning for periodic and direct transfers of valuable records to archival repositories.