Electronic Records Readiness:
Meeting the Deadlines of M-19-21

On December 5, 2019, we held the kick-off event for our Live! Educational Seminars in Washington, DC. It explored the challenges and opportunities that come with the government’s push to paperless records management. Nearly 300 registered, attendees heard firsthand from leaders in records management compliance who covered a wide range of topics from NARA’s road map for M-19-21 implementation to records management regulations to resource requirements, digital modernization, and more.

EVENT PHOTOS

FEATURED SPEAKERS

 

Courtney Andersen
Courtney Andersen
Senior Electronic Records Policy Analyst
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)

Courtney Anderson

 

Debbie Kramer
Debbie Kramer
Branch Chief, Records and Data Management
Health and Human Services (HHS)/Office of the Secretary)

Debbie Kramer

 

John Mancini
John Mancini
Information Management Advisor
Former President, AIIM and President, Content Results, LLC

John Mancini

 

Arian Ravanbakhsh
Arian Ravanbakhsh
Supervisory Records Management Policy Analyst
Office of the Chief Records Office
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)

Arian Ravanbakhsh

 

Bob Valente
Bob Valente
Project Manager, Office Management Category
General Services Administration (GSA)

Bob Valente

 

Robert Wuhrman
Enterprise Solutions Architect, Office of Government-wide Policy (OGP)
General Services Administration (GSA)

Robert Wuhrman

DISCUSSION TOPICS

The Paper Chase: New Rule to Hasten Digital Dominance

Uncharted and Uncertain: The Path to Paperless Recordkeeping

GSA’s Shared Services Initiative

The Path to Becoming Fully Digital: NARA’s Federal Electronic Records Modernization Initiative (FERMI)

Benchmarking Your Agency’s Records Strategy

M-19-21 and Information Modernization: the Elephant(s) in the Room

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