MARCH 22, 2017

E-DISCOVERY, RECORDS & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE & EXPO 

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agenda

 

8:25

Welcoming and Opening Remarks

8:30

Directive 2.0 & Pulling It All Together: Working with Privacy, Records & Security

 

speaker(s)

Laurence Brewer, CRM, Chief Records Officer for the U.S. Government and Director
Records Management Operations Program

Christine Calvosa, Deputy Chief Information Officer of Technology Resiliency
FCC

Peter Winn, Acting Chief Liberties Officer, Director, Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties
Department of Justice

William Yurek, Program Director, Cyber Intrusion Investigations
Department of Defense Criminal Investigative Service
DoD Inspector General

9:15

Making the Turn on Electronic Records Management Journey – The Road Beyond Email

 

SPEAKER(S)

David Scott, Group Product Manager
Veritas

Session Summary: The exponential growth of data has presented storage, efficiency and cost challenges for federal agencies and forced a new operating paradigm. Learn how to quickly and effectively address the Managing Government Records Directive, an effort to help reform records management policies and simplify the transition to electronic-based records management for federal agencies.

9:45

Visit sponsor exhibits/Coffee Break

10:30

Fresh Start for Records and Information Management

 

SPEAKER(S)

Tyler Morris, Product Director

Iron Mountain

 

Session Summary: One of the greatest opportunities for modernization improvements may not be readily apparent to all – a focus on modernizing the government’s records and information management (RIM) practices. This presentation will highlight the benefits of having a “fresh start” for RIM professionals, enabling agencies to integrate more modern approaches, make significant progress in reducing their footprint and simply clean out the proverbial records storage garage. 

11:00

Modernizing Information & Records Management: Taking Action Beyond Compliance

 

SPEAKER(S)

Tara Combs, Records Management Specialist
Alfresco

Session Summary: In this session you will explore how a modern technology solution that merges content and process management helps you gain control of information governance modernization efforts quickly, efficiently and cost effectively and comply with NARA mandates and FOIA requirements. This integrated approach allows you to map out a strategic path to modernize and replace legacy systems with a single technology platform to build dozens of applications – records, FOIA, grants, case, email management, etc. –  and become more flexible.

11:30

Realities of Public Sector E-Discovery Challenges & Solutions

 

SPEAKER(S)

Joe Babineau, Senior Solutions Engineer
NUIX U.S. Government Services

Synta Keeling, Assistant General Counsel, FOIA Branch Chief, Division of Legal Counsel
National Labor Relations Board

Glenn Melcher, Special Counsel for eDiscovery
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Session Summary: Government agencies are faced with the huge explosion of data that impacts all investigations and eDiscovery cases. The challenges are that the time tables are not getting any longer, staffing resources are not growing, and budgets are at best staying the same. Everyone must continue to do more with less while continuing to meet the requirements and demands of our legal system. Both interagency and cross agency sharing of data, production processes and best practices can help to solve some of these challenges and find savings across the board.

12:15

Attendee Networking Lunch & Visit Sponsor Exhibits

1:00

An IG Perspective of Records Security

 

SPEAKER(S)

William Yurek, Program Director, Cyber Intrusion Investigations
Department of Defense Criminal Investigative Service, DoD Inspector General

Department of Justice

1:45 Managing Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
 

SPEAKER(S)

Marlon Miller, Director, Workflow Automation Solutions
Xerox

Bryan Oklin, Attorney Advisor, Information Security Oversight Office
NARA

Patrick Viscuso, Ph.D., Associate Director, Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), Information Security Oversight Office
NARA

2:30 Reasonable Steps to Preserve and “What is and is Not” Worth Archiving
  Jim Corridan, Director and State Archivist, Indiana Archives and Records Commission and former Council of State Archivists (COSA) President
3:15 Conference Concludes