The E-Records Conference is now open to both state agencies and local governments! Please join us Friday, October 15th for this annual conference hosted by the Texas State Library (TSLAC) and the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR). The theme this year is enterprise content management (ECM) and information governance.
- Are you suffering from “content chaos”?
- Are you creating more information than you can afford to store?
- Are current ECM solutions too difficult to implement and too expensive?
- Do you have a content management strategy for your agency?
- What happens if I get audited?
- Do I have to manage content created through social media?
- When will Texas have an electronic records archive?
- Where should you start with so much to do?
Attend the conference for answers to these questions and many more.
John Mancini, president of AIIM, will be discussing disruptive forces that are changing the content management industry. Kenneth Chin of Gartner, Inc. will provide guidance on selecting vendors and implementing ECM solutions.
A panel of records managers will discuss how they have implemented e-mail archiving at the Lower Colorado River Authority, transformed electronic records management at Family and Protective Services, and developed unique university retention schedules at the University of North Texas.
Gary Chapman of the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin will review the implementation and impact of government transparency in Texas.
The Comptroller of Public Accounts will provide a status of ProjectONE, the enterprise resource planning system that will eventually house all state agencies’ financial and personnel data. The State Auditor’s Office will share an IT auditor’s perspective of e-records. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will discuss how they implemented their social media presence.
The Records Management Interagency Coordinating Council (RMICC) will report on its recent activities and provide brief results of the survey issued through DIR’s Information Resources Deployment Review (IRDR).
The State Archivist and State Records Administrator from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission will discuss ideas and plans for the future of Texas records and information management support.
Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your records and information management knowledge and to network with your peers.
Local governments – click here to sign up today!
State agencies – click here to reserve your place!