With the overwhelming growth of digital information, the scope of electronic records management has expanded exponentially and is an increasingly critical issue for government agencies, particularly as it relates to being able to provide secure storage, access, and retrieval of this information.
The 2012 OMB Managing Government Records Directive put NARA in charge of the effort with the goal of having all permanent records stored electronically by 2019. Additionally, the government is facing a deadline of 2016 for the storage of agency email messages in a digital format. Another goal is to set standards for the maturity of records management programs.
Join government and industry experts at this 12th Annual event -- which is free for government professionals -- who will discuss current technology-based requirements and examples of successful electronic records management and e-discovery programs, explore agency case studies for meeting the Directive requirements, as well as the workflow challenges and debate over changing preservation rules.
Opening Session Announced!
Leadership to Bring It All Together
Christina Ayiotis, Adjunct Faculty, George Washington University (Moderator)
Robert Clark, Cyber Law Fellow, Army Cyber Institute, United States Military Academy
The Honorable John M. Facciola
David Shonka, Principal Deputy General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission and Lead, FTC E-Discovery Steering Committee
CRM's: EARN CMP CREDITS
The E-Discovery, Records & Information Management Conference will apply to offer TBD 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
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Education Advisory Committee
Digital Government Institute thanks the Education Advisory Committee for its input on developing the Conference Program:
- Deborah Armentrout, Agency Records Officer, Acting Branch Chief, Office of Information Services, Nuclear Regulatory Commission
- Christina Ayiotis, Adjunct Faculty, Dept. of Computer Science, The George Washington University
- Jason R. Baron, Esq., Information Governance and eDiscovery Group, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP and former Director of Litigation, NARA
- 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
- L. Reynolds (Ren) Cahoon, Executive Advisor, and former Assistant Archivist for HR and Information Services, National Archives and Records Administration
- John Ellis, Agency Records Officer, Collection Strategies Division, Office of Environmental Information, EPA
- Nancy Eyl, Assistant Counsel to the Inspector General, Office of Inspector General, Department of Homeland Security
- Omar Herran, Judicial Records Officer, Administrative Office, U.S. Courts and FIRM Council Chair
- Jeanette Plante, Director, Office of Records Management Policy, Department of Justice
- Meg Phillips, External Affairs Liaison, NARA
- Donald Rosen, Director, Policy Analysis and Enforcement, Office of the Chief Records Officer, NARA
- Susan Sallaway, Records Officer, Office of Technology and Information Management, Federal Housing Finance Agency
- David Shonka, Principal Deputy General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission and Lead, FTC E-Discovery Steering Committee
- Colleen Snyder, Departmental Records Officer, OCIO/Information and Technology Management, USDA
- Allison Stanton, Director of E-Discovery, FOIA, and Records, Office of the Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice - Civil Division
- James Willson-Quayle, Ph.D., Director of Records and Declassification, Department of the Navy
What Attendees Enjoyed Most
What Attendees Enjoyed Most About the 2014 Conference:
- “Good focus on 2016 and 2019 deadlines.”
- “Presented possible solutions and shared information. Nicely done.”
- “The open forum concept of all the topics.”
- “Excellent speakers- interesting and well-designed panels.”
- “Diversity of talks, but common themes.”
- “Experienced presenters and hearing from the Judge about current e-discovery issues. Also the vendors.”
- “Balance of government / industry information / perspective.”
- “The integration of records and IT to clearly explain it as information management.”
- “Interaction with people from different agencies as a result of round table setting.”
- “Good mix of interesting government and private presenters.”
- “Well organized, excellent location, quality speakers.”