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Papers explore the NIEM-UML specification and provide guidance on selecting and implementing technology solutions Ashburn, VA (August 21, 2013). The IJIS Institute, a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission‐critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security, is pleased to announce the publication of two new white papers authored by IJIS Institute Advisory Committees:Read… Read more »
Papers explore corrections information sharing and NIEM globalization Ashburn, VA (March 28, 2013). The IJIS Institute, a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission‐critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security, is pleased to announce the publication of two new white papers authored by IJIS Institute Advisory Committees: 1) Value of Corrections Information: BenefitsRead… Read more »
Last week, the President released a memorandum for Federal agencies to manage all permanent electronic records in an electronic format by the end of 2019, each agency due to develop and begin to implement their plans by the end of 2013. Following similar themes of open government and transparency, POTUS’s memorandum states that the objectivesRead… Read more »
[This article was originally published on GovWin.] Authored by GovWin Founder, Jeff White. Ready for a big number that won’t shock you, but will leave you shaking your head? In 2009, the public spent 9.8 billion hours filling out federal forms. Nine-point-eight billion hours. That’s the equivalent of 408,333,333 days, or 11,188,721 years, that weRead… Read more »
Paper is a costly crutch and one that may be handicapping your office more than helping. Paper Free Day asks you to commit one day to: 1. Conscientiously make a point to not PRINT 2. Investigate a business process or technology that can cut the paper waste in your office 3. Participate or Produce aRead… Read more »
Orginal Blog Post can be found at http://aiimcommunities.org/capture/blog/paperfree-day-tweet-jam-share-ideas World Paperfree Day: Tweet Jam Join us on October 21 from 11-12:30 EST for a tweet jam focused on decreasing (eliminating?) our reliance on paper. Allow me to elucidate. What’s a Tweet JamMusicians jam together by riffing off of a common theme; playing off of each otherRead… Read more »
I posted an event on here a while ago about the AIIM World Paper Free Day that the Industry Association, AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) are organizing. I wanted to draw your attention to some of the events going on worldwide, and ask if any of you are interested in getting involved andRead… Read more »
I heard about this from a colleague: http://www.epractice.eu/en/node/288847 The scope is broad and the deadline for submissions is February 8. I don’t have more information about the journal.
Much government web content is written in “governmentese” instead of plain language, says a white paper* developed by the Federal Web Managers Council, comprised of Cabinet agency Web Directors. The paper suggests (i) Establish Web Communications as a core government business function, (ii) Help the public complete common government tasks efficiently, (iii) Clean up theRead… Read more »