Posts Tagged: records

Government IT Forum to Overview Policy, Tech Trends

1105 Media’s public sector group will hold a government information technology forum from Dec. 2 to 3 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The event will feature five education sessions on big data, cloud, cyber, mobile and records and information management, 1105 Media said Tuesday. “We are pleased to offer this… Read more »

NIST Unveils ‘Capstone’ Guidance for Cloud Email Archives

The National Archives and Records Administration has released guidance that aims to give federal agencies a new approach for managing email records with electronic methods. NARA’s bulletin contains factors the agency believes other agencies should consider before implementing the “Capstone” approach, NARA said Aug. 29. Such factors include business requirements, position and work of the… Read more »

Super Bucket Scheduling: How to Manage 600 eMails and Attachments a Second

Please join us for this exciting event: Register here – http://www.nccaiim.org/Programs/program1302.htm What happens when you take “Big Bucket” scheduling for automated recordkeeping to the next level? How do you go about converting your current records schedules to “Super Buckets”? Why do it? Hear about an actual project using “Super Bucket” schedules in combination with auto-classification… Read more »

Using Technology to Respond to Climate Change

Feeling a little warmer than usual? It’s not your imagination. This summer has already been a scorcher, with most of the country seeing temperatures of over 100 degrees and breaking several records. The NOAA also recently reported that the first 6 months of 2012 were the warmest months on record ever in the history of… Read more »

MICROLINK LAUNCHES GRASP – A GOVERNMENT RECORDS ASSESSMENT & STRATEGIC PLANNING OFFERING

Vienna, Virginia-December 20th, 2011– MicroLink, a HP, Autonomy Company and an award-winning partner of Microsoft, announces the addition of its Government Records Assessment & Strategic Planning (GRASP) offering to its Information Governance services. GRASP was developed by MicroLink as a response to President Obama’s records management initiative for all federal agencies in 120 days to… Read more »

Daily Dose: Goodbye Filing Cabinets, Hello Digital Archives

The Washington Post reported this week that President Obama issued an order to agencies, asking them to utilize digital record keeping systems. As of right now, much of the filing that is being done “is based on an outdated approach involving paper and filing cabinets,” but Obama wants to “move the process into the digital… Read more »

Social media governance resources

I have just posted a new blog post on social media governance resources on the AIIM Communities blog: http://www.aiim.org/community/blogs/expert/Selected-social-media-governance-resources. It features a number of resources specific to government as well as links to policy and governance databases including the Web 2 0 Governance Policies and Best Practices wiki list maintained by the Social Media Subcouncil… Read more »

Records Management in a Facebook World: an Oxymoron?

For most organizations (government agencies included), the legal, regulatory, and policy frameworks for managing electronic information are all constructed upon paper. The massive growth in the volume and variety of business information means that we can no longer extend our paper-based paradigm further and further into the world of electronic and social information. The result… Read more »

Is OpenGov 1950 Stymieing OpenGov 2010?

The Obama Administration is committed to using technology to better engage citizens in their government. Ironically, legislation crafted in the 1950s to open citizen access to government documents may be a barrier to today’s Open Government initiatives. The Federal Records Act of 1950 creates a framework to manage agency records. It puts the National Archives… Read more »