Record Series Abstract
Records include but not limited to survey which monitors the prevalence of behavioral risks associated with the ten leading causes of premature death in the U.S., provides a basis and impetus for the development of programs to reduce major behavioral risks in the adult population, etc.
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Files are sent in electronic form from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) for each data collection year. Stored on agency servers the files are to be cut off at the end of each calendar year then, maintain in agency permanently.
710 James Robertson Pkwy Andrew Johnson Building Nashville, TN 37243
By certificate type and chronologically
300 gigabyte data/images
Information Shared Outside the State
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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ADHERENCE TO BRFSS PROTOCOL
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Behavioral Risk Factor Survey
VMware, OIR Data Center File Server currently resides on FS-HSS-SDCHN00001. Recovery requires a standard server with MS Windows 2003 or greater operating system with 210 gigabytes of available disk space. Database Server Currently resides on FS-HSS-SDCHN00001. Recovery requires a standard file server with Windows 2003 or greater operating system. Database on DC20SDCWB00001. Recovery requires an encrypted SQL Server 2008 with 35.02 gigabytes of available disk space
Fileshare: SAS Data Sets (.SAS7BDAT) Non Data Sets or images are stored as PDF or TIFF files Our N: drive is ECM approved! It is a part of the Network Attached Storage (NAS) system from Isilon (encrypted in transit and at rest) which is run on OneFS; OneFS is an approved ECM
DATA CENTER SOUTH, SMYRNA, TN
Daily, by OIR, following OIR established policy & procedures. File server and database server backups are performed daily by OIR.
OIR network recovery policy & procedures. Non-critical recovery time. Location: Data Center South RTO:> 2 weeks RPO: 24 hours OIR Level: Bronze
Data Migration Description
Date migration typically occurs every 5-10 years as advancements are made in technology.
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