e-Records 2013 Conference: Register now and save $35

erecordsslogo-300x261e-Records 2013: Transitioning to Electronic Processes

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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

 Just 2 weeks left to get the low price of $50 if you register by October 21.  Registration will be $85 after October 21 (if space is available). If you know others in state or local government who might be interested, please forward this announcement.

This is a one-day conference for state agency and local government officials who create or manage electronic records. This educational opportunity combines records management and information technology.

Government Technology: What’s NextKeynote speaker State Representative Larry Gonzales (District 52, R-Round Rock) is a seasoned veteran of the Texas Legislature. You do not want to miss  this keynote session that starts this high energy day.

Hear from your peers in government service as well as speakers from the private sector.  This year learn about:

  • Electronic Posting of Municipal Meeting Notices
  • From Shared Drive to SharePoint
  • State Park Plans In-house Digitization Project
  • Best Practices for Project Implementation
  • Social Media Update for State Government
  • Processing, storage, and search of e-records
  • Preserving Access For Electronic Records

 More than a dozen exhibitors will be onsite.  Exhibitors include: Texas.gov, TSLAC’s State Records Center, Gartner, ARMA Austin, Access Sciences, Document Logistix, Image API, Information Network International, Intersect Systems, OpenText, PacoTech, Precision Micrographics & Imaging, and Symantec .  See the full list and company links on the conference website.

Hosted by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) and the Texas Department of Information Resources

Visit the conference website.  Check back for updates or schedule changes. For those of you on Twitter, use the hashtag #TXeRecords to join the conversation before, during, and after the conference.

For more registration information e-mail slrminfo@tsl.texas.gov or call 512-463-7610.