E-Discovery, Records and

information Management

Review resources available to help government professionals manage, access, inventory, and organize all forms of Electronically Stored Information.

RECENT INSIGHTS

 

Every month, Digital Government Institute will profile an Education Advisory Committee (“EAC”) Member. DGI’s Inaugural Interviewee is FTC’s David Shonka who serves on DGI’s E-Discovery, Records & Information Management EAC. We hope you join us Thursday, March 22, 2018 in Washington, DC for the 15th annual E-Discovery, Records and Information
Whether you are addressing record keeping by NARA, focusing agency efforts on IT Modernization, selecting Emerging Technologies for improved Citizen Services or improving IT security, one important common denominator is the need for an appropriate Information Governance schema that is holistic, cross-agency and keeps up with technological capability. Whatever Information
What are the top trends directing the field of Knowledge Management in 2017? Read the full article published by axerosolutions.com here.
The Justice Department’s Office of Information Policy is working to create one portal where citizens can easily go to request documents covered by FOIA. The goal is to have something operational by the end of the calendar year. Read the full article published on FCW.com here.
Federal records managers are facing a perfect storm in records management: OMB directives require that agencies transition to all electronic records Agency record volumes are growing exponentially Record formats and platforms are proliferating Records are constantly under cyberattack New political leaders are unaware of records requirements and risks How can
NARA estimated that 92% of agencies would meet the 2016 email management goal to manage email records in electronic format, but in reality only about 81% of agencies managed to hit this target. Read the full article published on FCW.com here.
Philip Droege is an interesting guy—with an even more interesting job.He’s the Director, Office of Records Management for the Executive Office of the President EOP. Which means two things: He’s in charge of maintaining the paper trail for the president, vice president, and all their deputies, assistants, counsels, and other

Resources

 

  • Update Circular A-130 | Click Here
  • NIST Special Publication 800 – 171 Revision 1 Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Systems and Organizations | Click Here
  • Presidential Memorandum — Managing Government Records | Click Here
  • Three Suggested Improvements At The Nexus of E-Recordkeeping and E-Discovery Video Clip | Click Here
  • e-Discovery: Did You Know? Video by Jason R. Baron and Ralph Losey | Click Here
  • The Electronic Discovery Reference Model | Click Here
  • OMB Open Government Directive Memo | Click Here
  • Federal Information and Records Managers Council | Click Here
  • The National Archives | Click Here
  • E-Discovery Team Blog | Click Here