E-Discovery, Records & Information Management Conference & Expo
MARCH 22, 2018
As the volume of digital information continues to grow, the scope of electronic records management has expanded exponentially and is an increasingly critical issue for government agencies, particularly as it relates to providing secure storage, access and retrieval of government records. The 2012 Managing Government Records Directive (M-12-18) outlining the goal of having all permanent government records stored electronically by 2019 continues to be top-of-mind within the E-Discovery and RM community. See photos from the 2017 Conference.
Key government and industry experts will gather at the 15th annual event – which is FREE for government professionals – to discuss current technology solutions/requirements, policy updates/changes and review examples of successful electronic records and e-discovery programs. Check out the AGENDA.
LAURENCE BREWER, CHIEF RECORDS OFFICER, NARA
LAURENCE BREWER joined the National Archives and Records Administration in 1999 and has held a number of positions in their records management program working directly with Federal agencies to improve records management government-wide. He began his career as an appraisal archivist, then served as an electronic records policy analyst. More recently, Mr. Brewer has held management positions in records management as the Director of the Records Management Operations Program.
Susan LITTLE, CIO and Records Officer, U.S. Access Board
Ms. Little has worked at the U.S. Access Board for 23 years. She serves as the Board’s CIO and Records Officer, and evaluates Access Board record keeping practices, including the integration of records management requirements into the Board’s business processes and technical infrastructure. As the agency’s CIO, Ms. Little oversees the implementation of the Board’s Records Management Applications, and ensures the agency’s compliance with the Federal Records Act, Presidential e-Gov initiatives, and OMB directives.
Gary M. Stern, General Counsel, NARA
GARY M. STERN has been the General Counsel of the National Archives and Records Administration since 1998, and is a career member of the Senior Executive Service. Mr. Stern also serves as NARA’s Chief Freedom of Information Act Officer, Senior Agency Official for Privacy, and Dispute Resolution Specialist.
Magistrate Judge Elizabeth D. Laporte
ELIZABETH D. LAPORTE is a United States Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of California. Appointed on April 4, 1998, Judge Laporte presides over numerous civil cases, including patent, trademark, copyright and other business litigation, employment, civil rights and environmental cases. She also presides over criminal matters, conducts settlement conferences, and resolves discovery disputes.
Education Advisory Committee
- Deborah Armentrout, CRM, Director, Corporate Records Management, NARA
Christina Ayiotis, Esq., CRM, Information Governance and Cybersecurity Consultant
- Elizabeth (Betsy) Christie, CRM, Staff Officer, Records Management, United States Defense Intelligence Agency
- Catherine Findlay, Records Officer, Office of the Inspector General, Department of Commerce and CIGIE Records Administration Group (CRAG) Co-Chair
- Lisa Haralampus, Director, Records Management Policy and Outreach, Office Chief Records Officer, NARA
- Omar Herran, Judicial Records Officer, Administrative Office, U.S. Courts and FIRM Council Chair
- Synta Keeling, Esq., Assistant General Counsel, FOIA Branch Chief, National Labor Relations Board
- Ronald Lee, Program Analyst, Social Security Administration
- Glenn Melcher, Esq., Special Counsel for eDiscovery, CFPB
- Jeanette Plante, Esq., Director, Office of Records Management Policy, Department of Justice
Susan Sallaway, Records Officer, Office of Technology and Information Management, Federal Housing Finance Agency
- David Shonka, Esq., Principal Deputy General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission and Lead, FTC E-Discovery Steering Committee
- William Yurek, Esq., Program Director, Cyber Intrusion Investigations, Defense Criminal Investigative Service, DoD Inspector General
CRM’s: EARN CMP CREDITS
The E-Discovery, Records & Information Management Conference will apply to offer Institute of Certified Records Managers (ICRM) Certification Maintenance Points (CMP).
Attendees can request a Certificate of Completion (a sign-up sheet will be available at the registration desk), which will note the ICRM pre-approved code. Attending CRMs can submit their requests online via the new ICRM database at www.icrm.org, and attach the evidentiary documentation to their request.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Please consider registering for our Records Management @930gov in August.
Ronald Reagan Building
The Pavilion Room
1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
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