Austin, TX – Registration for the annual state electronic records management conference, Texas e-Records, is now open. This year’s conference will take place in person in Austin on November 18. The theme is Discovering the Path Forward. Registration is open to all Texas public sector employees.
This event is organized by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) and co-sponsored by the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) to promote electronic records management in Texas government. The conference gathers records management and information technology staff from the state and local level together to learn from each other by sharing case studies, solutions, best practices, challenges and lessons learned.
“Discovering the Path Forward is the theme of this year's conference, our first in person since 2019,” said Craig Kelso, Director of TSLAC’s State and Local Records Management Division. “Over the past three years, Texas governments at all levels have adopted new technologies and digitalized existing processes to continue serving their citizens and customers with minimal disruption. Our stakeholders' expectations about when, where and how they access their government also continue to evolve. This conference is a great opportunity for records managers to learn from colleagues and professionals to discover how electronic records are transforming Texas to meet present and future challenges.”
Attendees at the in-person event should register for the with Full Conference Pass, which includes lunch, providing time to network on premises and to see what conference exhibitors have to offer. Those who are unable to attend in Austin are invited to register for the On Demand Only option. Sessions will be recorded and available to both Full Conference Pass and On Demand Only attendees to watch for 90 days after the event.
The Full Conference Pass and On Demand Only options are the same price: early bird - $85 if registered by Friday, October 28; regular price - $100 after October 28 if space still available.
TSLAC and DIR have co-sponsored this annual event since 2000. To learn more and register, visit the conference website: www.tsl.texas.gov/slrm/training/erecords2022.
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission provides Texans access to the information needed to be informed, productive citizens by preserving the archival record of Texas; enhancing the service capacity of public, academic and school libraries; assisting public agencies in the maintenance of their records; and meeting the reading needs of Texans with disabilities. For more information, visit tsl.texas.gov.