Bracey Research virtual Library, Archive and Museum | IGCB Code of Conduct
Section 6-1-10 Definitions:
(1) “Bracey Research” described as “the organization” from this point forward
(2) "Interesting Groups Collectively Bargaining" (IGCB) means discrete digital data used to answer questions, reveal patterns and reach probable, deductive and practical reasoning. Data is collected from both primary (case studies, observation, interviews and questionnaires) and secondary (data that already exist, official statistics, web information, government reports and prior research).
(3) "Probable-Reasoning" means a logic that is based on the supposed or probable fact a person is trying to prove.
(4) "Deductive-Reasoning" means reasoning from the general to particular elements for laws on an observed occurrence.
(5) "Practical-Reasoning" means coming at a conclusion, or taking action after careful pondering.
(6) “Archive” means (a) Backing up files on a computer. (b) To store documents for long term use.
(7) “Free Trade Zone” (FTZ) means Duty-free designated area allowing digital document archival, maintenance and real time communications as it relates to the following; potential, permission, prediction, relationship, and residual market entry.
(8) “Potential Market” means a potential market in which the individuals exhibit a liking, or preference towards a certain product or service.
(9) “Permission Market" means a method of marketing which requests permission from the recipient to send promotional messages.
(10) “Prediction Market” means an economical market based around an activity, or likelihood.
(11) “Relationship Market" means a marketing strategy in which a company seeks to build long-term relationships with its customers by providing consistent satisfaction.
(12) “Residual Market" means a market that lies outside the usual methods of marketing.
(13) “User” means a Body with authority to use equipment, applications, systems, etc. But may not be the item’s buyer.
(14) “Digital Library” means Digitized media that is accessed and read by computers.
(15) “Virtual (Organization)” means one without physical existence, legal constraints and is an informal alliance.
(16) “Museum” means the exhibition of curiosities or works of art. The term “museum” embraces not only collections of curiosities for the entertainment of the sight but also such as would interest, amuse, and instruct the mind.
Section 6-1-20 Code of Ethics and Policy:
The documents are maintained and curated by “the organization”. Any additional resources will be properly vetted; this includes state and federal background checks along with credit checks.
(a) No person without prior authorization or clearance will have or be granted access to the IGCB archives.
(b) is authorized to enter into contracts with any person or governmental entity to provide, extend, improve, or coordinate archival services or to demonstrate appropriate programs of library services;
Section 6-1-30 Records identifying IGCB Users as confidential information; disclosure.
Records which contain names or other personally identifying details regarding the IGCB User are confidential information.
Records which by themselves or when examined with other public records would reveal the identity of the IGCBUser are confidential information.
The confidential records do not include non identifying administrative and statistical reports of registration and circulation.
The confidential records may not be disclosed except to persons acting within the scope of their duties in the administration of the “the organizations” virtual Library, Archive and Museum or in accordance with proper judicial order upon a finding that the disclosure of the records is necessary to protect public safety, to prosecute a crime, or upon showing of good cause before the presiding Judge in a civil matter.
Section 6-1-40 Objects and purposes of the virtual Library, Archive and Museum.
The object and purpose of the “the organization” Free Trade Zone User archive shall be:
(1) to recommend and/or present citizens to the IGCB User to achieve effective library, archival and museum development;
(2) The preservation and administration of vital user information as it relates directly to accommodations, necessaries and trade in relation to the user.
(3) The collection, by purchase or otherwise, of the originals, or transcripts, of public and private records in other countries, states or counties relating to “the organization”;
(4) The stimulation of research, study, and other activity in the fields of South Carolina history, genealogy, and archaeology;
(5) the creation and operation of the Library, Archive and Museum reflecting the history, fine arts and natural history and the scientific and industrial resources at the local, state, federal level, mobilizing expert professional advice and guidance and utilizing all available resources in the performance of this function.
Section 6-1-50 Private records.
The “the organization” shall not solicit private records, but if its services are necessary to safeguard such records it may accept, either as a gift or deposit, collections offered by their legal owners or custodians. All such papers shall not be open to inspection and examination for the purpose of research in like manner as are the public records.
Section 6-1-60 “The organization” shall publish information regarding public records;
“The organization” reserves the right to assemble and publish information regarding matter that will be useful in improving the standards of making, caring for, and administering public records.
Section 6-1-70 Disposition of certain records; funds; reporting.
the agency may remove certain records and non-record materials from its collections by gift to another public or nonprofit institution or by sale. This is a supplemental form of disposition beyond that recognized in the Public Records Act for the retention, copying, and destruction of public records, and it pertains only to those accessioned archive materials having a market value and which duplicate existing archival material, fall outside the scope of the archives collection policy, or have no further possible research value.
All funds realized through sale are to be used for improved access to and preservation of the archives collections.
Section 6-1-80 Disposition of proceeds; use of funds.
The proceeds of publications, reproduction of documents, repair of documents, research fees, handling charges, and the proceeds of sales may be used by “the organization” to cover the cost of facility operations and maintenance, additional training sessions, publications, reproduction expenses, repair expenses, and selected Historic Preservation Grants.
Section 6-1-90 South Carolina American Indian / Aboriginal / White and Black Heritage
(1) promote public awareness of buildings, sites, and structures associated with South Carolina's American Indian, aboriginal, white and black heritage through sites, presentations, and virtual tours;
(2) support American Indian / Aboriginal / White and Black heritage education at the elementary, secondary, and college levels;
(3) build a network of American Indian / Aboriginal / White and Black individuals and groups interested in historic preservation;