YEAR OF TRANSITION
As the volume of digital information continues to grow, the scope of electronic records management has expanded exponentially and is an increasingly critical issue for government agencies, particularly as it relates to providing secure storage, access and retrieval of government records. The 2012 Managing Government Records Directive (M-12-18) outlining the goal of having all permanent government records stored electronically by 2019 continues to be top-of-mind within the E-Discovery and RM community.
Key government and industry experts will gather at the 14th annual event – which is FREE for government professionals – to discuss current technology solutions/requirements, policy updates/changes and review examples of successful electronic records and e-discovery programs.
CRM's: EARN CMP CREDITS
The E-Discovery, Records & Information Management Conference will apply to offer Institute of Certified Records Managers (ICRM) Certification Maintenance Points (CMP).
Attendees can request a Certificate of Completion (a sign-up sheet will be available at the registration desk), which will note the ICRM pre-approved code. Attending CRMs can submit their requests online via the new ICRM database at www.icrm.org, and attach the evidentiary documentation to their request.
For More Information
For more information on attending or sponsoring this event, email us.
2017 Educational Advisory Council
- Christina Ayiotis, Adjunct Faculty, Dept. of Computer Science, The George Washington University
- Joseph Bryant, Vital Records Liaison & Records Custodian, Issuances and Records Management Group, Office of Strategic Operations and Regulatory Affairs, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Department of Health and Human Services
- Lisa Haralampus, Director, Records Management Policy and Outreach, Office Chief Records Officer, NARA
- Omar Herran, Judicial Records Officer, Administrative Office, U.S. Courts and FIRM Council Chair
- Synta Keeling, Attorney – Advisor, National Labor Relations Board
- Glenn Melcher, Special Counsel for eDiscovery, CFPB
- Jeanette Plante, Director, Office of Records Management Policy, Department of Justice
- Susan Sallaway, Records Officer, Office of Technology and Information Management, Federal Housing Finance Agency
- William Jack Sexton, Information Technology Management Unit, Student and Exchange Visitor Program, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, DHS
- David Shonka, Principal Deputy General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission and Lead, FTC E-Discovery Steering Committee
- William Yurek, Program Director, Cyber Intrusion Investigations, Defense Criminal Investigative Service, DoD Inspector General
What Last Year's Attendees Enjoyed Most
- “The DGI conferences bring together more IT and RM and agency General Counsel staffs in a more blended fashion than most conferences - and the recent conference was such a great blend of programs to all of these disciplines.”
- "Variety of speakers and topics was very good this year."
- "Interaction with Vendors and Networking with other people there, I have attended two of the e-Discovery conferences and I have met several people. It's been a wonderful experience."
- "It was thrilling to hear about a federal agency that actually gets it. Inspirational and encouraging."
- "The panel staff discussions were very helpful. Enjoyed the overall topics and learned much from the government and industry leaders."
- "Good mix of speakers and vendors."
- "Networking opportunity and the fact that it was over by 2:30 to accommodate dealing with the traffic."
- "Overall outstanding conference."