Federal Record-Keeping Efficiently, Securely, and Digitally

June 4th, 2019

2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

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Federal Record-Keeping Efficiently, Securely, and Digitally

June 4th, 2019

2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

Comprehensive record-keeping is critical to government function. It encourages transparency, fosters long-term strategy building and allows for analysis of past performance. However, maintaining and organizing great stores of records from years back can use up valuable resources - especially when these records are not digitized. Last year, the National Archives and Records Administration mandated that, by 2022, all records filed with the agency must be in digital form.

In this digital webcast, Nextgov will sit down with records management professionals to explain best practices to creating and maintaining digital records. Viewers will leave with concrete steps they can take today to ensure their records are secure, accessible, and compliant with congressional mandates.

Presenter
Courtney Anderson
Electronic Records Policy Analyst, Records Management Policy and Program Support Team
NARA
Presenter
Arian Ravanbakhsh
Supervisory Records Management Policy Analyst, Office of the Chief Records Officer
NARA
Presenter
Blane Kauthen
Deputy Director
Office of Records Management Policy, DOJ
Presenter
James Hanson
Vice President and Publisher
Nextgov
Presenter
Brandi Vincent
Staff Correspondent
Nextgov
Presenter
Paul Olenick
Director of Product Strategy
AvePoint