Transforming Federal Records Management from AIIM14

By Bryant Duhon posted 04-18-2014 11:21

  

Missed AIIM 2014? In the coming weeks, we'll be sharing many of the presentations with you. Actionable advice and thought leadership brought to you by some of the smartest people in the information technology industry.

First up is Dan Rosen, Director of Policy Analysis and Enforcement for NARA who presented Transforming Federal Records Management:

OMB and NARA released the Managing Government Records Directive in 2012 to establish a 21st century framework for records management in the Federal Government. The Chief Records Officer for the U.S. Government invites you to participate in helping the Federal government transition from paper to electronic recordkeeping. In this session, you'll be asked to share your ideas for affordable ways agencies could increase automation of electronic records management while increasing efficiency and effectiveness.

 
Donald Rosen is the Director of Policy Analysis and Enforcement in NARA’s Office of the Chief Records Officer. In this position, he is responsible for overseeing three Teams: Records Management Policy, Records Management Oversight, and Electronic Records Formats. Don has been at NARA since 2008 where he began as a member of the Electronic Records Management Policy Team. In addition, Don serves as NARA’s representative to International Standards Organizations (ISO) committee TC 46/SC11 (archives and records management). Prior to joining NARA, Don spent 15 years in the private sector working with both Federal and commercial clients on a variety of records and information management engagements. He holds a Masters degree in Technology Management from the University of Maryland and B.A. from George Mason University


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