e-Records 2022 – Discovering the Path Forward

Much to the excitement of its co-hosts, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC, and the Department of Information Resources (DIR), the e-Records Conference returned to live and in-person attendance on November 18, 2022, for the first time since 2019. That doesn’t mean the conference was exactly the same as it’s always been. One…

e-Records 2022: Registration Now Open!

Registration for the 2022 e-Records Conference is now open to state agencies and local governments. Be sure to visit the conference webpage for more details about our exciting lineup of speakers and exhibitors. Get a full day of training and networking for the early bird rate of $85 if you sign up by October 28.…

The SAFE-D Dance

“We can dance, we can dance, everybody’s takin’ the chance.” I’m not sure if there is actually any dancing during the SAFE-D Annual Conference, but I am sure that I’m not the only one who gets the iconic Men Without Hats song stuck in my head when coordinating with this awesome organization. The State Association…

NAGARA Celebrates 35th Anniversary at the Annual Conference

The National Association of Government Archivists and Records Administrators held their annual conference in St. Paul, Minnesota July 18-20. SLRM was fortunate to be able to send four staff this year. In addition to myself, Senior Government Information Analysts Megan Carey, Bonnie Zuber and Erica Wilson-Lang attended as well. The opening night reception was held…

e-Records 2018: Tackle Tough E-Records Challenges

Another e-Records Conference is in the books! We more than met expectations this year with over 350 people in attendance representing about 60 state agencies, 61 local government entities, and 22 vendors. We also had 23 speakers providing 12 educational sessions (the most sessions ever!) focused on this year’s theme of tackling tough e-records challenges…