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INTEGRATING FEDERAL DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT & ELECTRONIC RECORDS MANAGEMENT Renaissance Washington DC Hotel, 999 9th Street, NW, Washington, DC April 8-9, 2002 – Exhibits April 9, 2002
Federal agencies are recognizing that the key to effective records management (ERM) lies in the integration of records management with other information management technologies and processes central to mission performance.
This conference focuses on the nexus between ERM and federal electronic document management (EDM – word processing documents, spreadsheets, and databases, e-mail and web sites – both intranet and Internet).
Learn from agencies that are experimenting at the frontiers of EDM/ERM integration with the commercial-off-the-shelf vendors marketing products to meet the agencies' information management needs.
MONDAY, APRIL 8
7:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:20 a.m. Welcome 8:30 *Electronic Government and Electronic Records Management, Daniel Chenok, Office of Management and Budget *Current Views and Forecasts from the National Archives, Michael Miller, Director, Modern Records Programs, National Archives and Records Administration *Results of the NARA Survey of Current Recordkeeping and Records Use in the Federal Government, J. Timothy Sprehe, Sprehe Information Management Associates, conference co-sponsor
10:50 *How to Integrate Electronic Document Management and Electronic Records Management, Jon Barrett, Hummingbird Inc.
1:00 *Developments in Standards for Knowledge, Document, and Records Management, Betsy Fanning, Director of Standards, Association for Information and Image Management *Developing Integrated EDM/ERM Functional Requirements at EPA, Chris O’Donnell, Environmental Protection Agency, Lauren Schiff, SRA International.
2:45 – 4:00 *How DM and RM Will Work in Navy Marine Corps Intranet, Charley Barth, CIO’s Office, Department of Navy
TUESDAY APRIL 9
8:30 A.M. *Vendor Panel: Integrating EDM/ERM – The Industry Viewpoint, Panel moderated by J. Timothy Sprehe, Sprehe Information Management Associates, Inc. Structured question and answer session with representatives from vendor exhibitors 10:30 Break
11:00 *Evaluating Auto-Categorization Tools for Records Management, Tom Nartker, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, and Dee Jensen, Department of Transportation
1:30 Agency Experience with Integrating EDM/ERM *Email Records Management in DOE, Susan Frey, Department of Energy *Integrated EDM/ERM in the Department of Treasury, Ron Falter, Chief Information Officer, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Department of Treasury *General Discussion – Other Agency Experience
DGI Council for Excellence in Government Government Computer News Washington Technology Sprehe Information Management Associates
AIIM FGIPC DG.O Federal Web Business Council AFFIRM GSA FSS GSA FTS
Registration fee: $545 – Government, with payment by credit card or check in advance $595 – Government Training Forms/Invoice $695 – Industry and Federal Contractors
4 Easy Ways to Register! Online: www.digitalgovernment.com By Phone: 202-624-1762 By Fax: 202-624-1766 By Mail: DGI c/o Meeting Management Services (MMS), 1201 New Jersey Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20001
-- Anonymous, January 15, 2002