Intelligent information management is an increasingly critical function for government agencies. Federal agencies are under pressure from all sides to fulfill technology modernization mandates, adhere to security and privacy standards, and ensure efficient and legal records management. As agencies continue moving toward digital records management as part of their larger digital transformation, they are charged with adherence to the federal Managing Government Records directive M-12-18, which outlines the current roles and responsibilities for records management. Our government speaker will outline their agency’s experience with moving to digital records management, and share some tactics you can employ at your agency.
During the webcast, you will learn more about:
Laurence N. Brewer, Chief Records Officer, Office of the Chief Records Officer, Agency Services, United States National Archives & Records
Brett Freireich, Senior Principal Solutions Consultant, OpenText
Sponsored By OpenText
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Field of Study: Information Technology
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