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Adding Even More to Our Team

It wasn’t that long ago that we introduced you to 2 analysts who joined our Records Management Assistance team at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Well, nobody has left since then and we have 2 new analysts, bringing our total number up to 8 team members! So we are now fully staffed with…

Welcome

Adding to Our Team

The Records Management Assistance team at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission has welcomed two new analysts this month. That’s how we celebrated RIM month! Read more about Erica Siegrist, who will be the point of contact for the West-South region of Texas (the greater Rio Grande Valley area) Read more about Maria Freed,…

SLRM Career Opportunities at TSLAC

If you are looking to enter the field or make a transition into records and information management, the State and Local Records Management (SLRM) division is looking to fill positions for three government information analysts and one administrative assistant. Check out the formal job descriptions for these opportunities and links to apply on our agency’s…

State Records Center Featured on Local Radio

We were pleased to see our own State Records Center building on Shoal Creek featured on the local radio station KUT 90.5 this morning. We were also pleased to see the comparison to the final scenes in the movie Raiders of the Lost Ark. Manager Michael Shea was interviewed and provided a tour to the…

Lucky Number 7 Has Arrived

The SLRM Records Management Assistance team is pleased to introduce me, the 7th government information analyst, Andrew Glass! Originally hailing from Corpus Christi, I opted to stick to my roots and will be consulting for the East-South region of Texas. I am an experienced problem solver and have spent most of my adult life as…

NAGARA 2017 Recap and Vlog

Admittedly, I wasn’t initially excited about attending the annual National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators (NAGARA) conference in Boise, ID. That’s partially because attending conferences requires a lot of energy, and I had only been to one NAGARA conference before which was in my own backyard here in Austin. The destination for this…

A Day in the SLRM Life: Bonnie Zuber

Welcome to a new series that we (myself in particular) hope to continue throughout the year in between more serious posts about hot topics like records management policies for e-records and security breaches. A glimpse into a day in the life of a State and Local Records Management (SLRM) team member. It has probably crossed…

Welcome Ben and Gina

The SLRM Records Management Assistance team has welcomed two new analysts,¬†Benjamin Barlow and Gina Cervantes, to the team. They actually joined us at the beginning of the year, so you may have already met them if you are in the West or South Texas regions. Ben and Gina bring a lot of records and information…