Hunter Information Management Services, Inc.


177 Banbury Road
Mineola, NY 11501
United States
Phone: (516) 248-5388
Fax: (516) 248-2435
Contact Name: Gregory S. Hunter, Ph.D., CA, CRM
Contact Email: ghunter [at] hunterinformation [dot] com

Hunter Information Management Services, Inc., specializes in all aspects of archives and records management. Its president, Dr. Gregory S. Hunter, is both a Certified Records Manager and a Certified Archivist. In August 2004 he was elected a Fellow of the Society of American Archivists and two of his books have received awards from SAA. Since January, 1990 Dr. Hunter has been a Professor in the Palmer School of Library and Information Science at Long Island University, directing graduate-level certificate programs in archives and records management. Dr. Hunter previously served as Manager of Corporate Records for ITT Corporation and Director of Archival Programs for the United Negro College Fund. He also brings to client projects a background in business history and a thorough understanding of information technologies.

From 2004-2008, Dr. Hunter served as the Principal Archivist and Records Manager on a team headed by Lockheed Martin to build an Electronic Records Archives (ERA) for the National Archives and Records Administration.  Dr. Hunter is co-inventor on four patents in the area of digital preservation submitted by the project team in the United States and the European Union.

Dr. Hunter also was the editor of a book series published by Neal-Schuman called The Archivist's and Records Manager's Bookshelf.  He currently is the editor of the American Archivist, the peer-reviewed journal of the Society of American Archivists.

Hunter Information Management has assisted clients with the following types of projects:

  • Conducting records inventories and preparing retention schedules 
  • Establishing archives 
  • Evaluating existing archives and records management programs 
  • Integrating archives and records management into information governance initiatives 
  • Designing and evaluating space for archives and records management programs 
  • Identifying vital business records on paper or in computer systems and developing disaster recovery  and business continuity plans 
  • Assisting with the implementation of records programs required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the HIPAA Act. 
  • Developing policies and procedures for the destruction of records
  • Designing programs to manage digital records
  • Providing expert witness services in the areas of integrity of recordkeeping systems and authenticity of records
  • Developing records retention policies to comply with the requirements of IRS From 990
  • Integrating archives and records management into knowledge management initiatives
  • Recording oral history reminiscences on both audiotape and videotape
  • Preparing exhibits and other promotional materials
  • Writing institutional histories and biographies