History of JIIMA and Developments in the Industry
|2022||JIIMA offices move to Kandasuda-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.|
|2021||Certification Scheme of Electronic Commerce Software for Statutory Requirements is established. |
Certification Scheme of Electronic Document Software for Statutory Requirements is established.
Revision of JIS Z 6018:2021: Document management applications ? archiving of electronic data ? computer output microform (COM)/computer output laser disc (COLD).
|2020||JIIMA Vision 2020 is established.|
|2019||Simplification of the approval application submission procedure with the use of JIIMA certification acquisition software.|
|2018||JIIMA product certification scheme ? Certification of Electronic Accounting Software for Statutory Requirements is launched.|
JIS Z 6019: Long-term preservation for digital information by magnetic tape is established.
|2017||JIS X 6257: Quality discrimination method of optical disks and operating method of storage system for long-term data preservation is established.|
|2016||JIIMA product certification scheme ? Certification of Scanner Preservation Software for Statutory Requirements Under the Electronic Book Preservation Act ? is launched. JIIMA Vision 2016 established. |
CBT is introduced for the Documented Information Specialist certification examination. Second revision of the Ordinance for Enforcement of the Act on Special Provisions concerning Preservation Methods for Books and Documents Related to National Tax Prepared by Means of Computers is completed.
|2015||JIIMA product certification scheme ? Certification of Optical Disks for Archiving ? is launched. |
Revision of the Ordinance for Enforcement of the Act on Special Provisions concerning Preservation Methods for Books and Documents Related to National Tax Prepared by Means of Computers ? is launched.
|2014||JIIMA journal Monthly IM is released in a digital format.|
|2013||Certification as a public-interest incorporated association is completed and the organization is renamed the Japan Image and Information Management Association.|
|2013||Establishment of the Documented Information Professional certification scheme.|
|2007||Best Practice Award is created.|
|2005||The E-Document Act (generic name) is enacted|
|2003||JIS Z 6016: Electronic imaging process of paper documents and microfilmed documents is established.|
|2001||Establishment of the Documented Information Specialist certification scheme.|
|1998||Enactment and promulgation of the Electronic Book Preservation Act, which provides for the approval of digitization and COM applications for books and records related to the National Tax Agency tax levy.|
|1995||Renamed the organization to the Japan Image Information Management Association (JIIMA).|
|1988||Ministry of Treasury announcement to approve the preservation of consumption tax-related books and records on microfilm.|
|1982||Ministry of Treasury announcement to approve the preservation of national tax-related books and records on microfilm. |
Announcement of the preservation of tax-related books and records on microfilm.
|1974||Ministry of Justice issues their opinion on commercial books and records stored on microfilm.|
|1967||First microphotography specialist qualification examinations are offered.|
|1965||Organized the First International Microscopy Congress (IMC Japan) with Prince Mikasa as the honorary president, with participation from the US, UK, France, Germany, and others.|
|1963||First Microphotography Show (now e-Document Japan) takes place.|
|1962||Japan Microphotography Association approved as an incorporated association.|
|1961||Certification of microfilm copies by a notary public given public recognition. |
JMA News (now Monthly IM) launched.
|1960||Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) on microphotography is established.|
|1958||Japan Microphotography Association (JMA) is established.|