The Clock is Ticking

Ensure Compliance with Fast-approaching M-19-21 Deadlines

Moderated by well-known data modernization expert John Mancini, attendees are sure to gain a practical working knowledge of what they can do NOW to ensure compliance with fast-approaching M-19-21 deadlines.

WHEN Tuesday, May 24, 2022
WHERE  Virtual Event
COST FREE for Government and Military registrants

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https://landing.qualityassociatesinc.com/five-key-takeaways

Agenda and Event Information

 

Virtual Conference Start

9:00am – 9:15am (ET)

Welcome/Overview: Addressing key critical questions

John Mancini

JOHN MANCINI, Moderator
President, Content Results, LLC, and former President, AIIM

  1. What is the current state of NARA’s policy for M-19-21 deadlines?
  2. How does practical planning support an effective transition to a fully electronic environment?
  3. What primary lessons did a federal agency learn when it brought large-scale digitization projects in-house?
  4. What digitization options exist for addressing the M-19-21 paper challenge?

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9:15am – 10:00am (ET)

NARA Policy: What is the current state of NARA’s policy for M-19-21 deadlines?

Lisa Haralampus

LISA HARALAMPUS, Director of Records, Management and Policy Outreach, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)Discussion Topics:

  • Status of M-19-21 deadlines
  • Status of Federal Records Centers – % of capability up and running post-COVID
  • Update on permanent records digitization standards

Open Mike: Q&A moderated by John Mancini

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10:00am – 10:45am (ET)

Records Management Basics: How does practical planning support an effective transition to a fully electronic environment?

Katy Perry

KATY PERRY, Principal, KMP Consulting, LLCDiscussion Topics:

  • Understanding records management principles and practices
  • Looking at informational value of documents to determine if they are records, non-record materials, personal records or convenience copies (how to manage them all)
  • Developing a roadmap or strategic plan to support meeting compliance requirements (records classification, inventories, file plans and records schedules)
  • Driving change to transition to electronic records management (digitization of paper records and processes, policies for managing and maintaining records, engagement with stakeholders)

Open Mike: Q&A moderated by John Mancini

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10:45am – 11:00am (ET)
Mid-Conference Break

11:00am – 11:45am (ET)

Case Study: What were the main takeaways from one federal agency’s digitization approach?

Paul Van Reed

PAUL VAN REED, Digitization Program Manager-East, ERM Division, Office of Enterprise Information Programs, Office of Mission Support, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)First-hand Account: What we learned when we brought our large-scale digitization project in-house

Open Mike: Q&A moderated by John Mancini

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11:45am – 12:30am (ET)

Technology Panel: What digitization options exist for addressing the M-19-21 paper challenge?

Sponsored by ibml
Scott Swidersky
SCOTT SWIDERSKY, Vice President, Intelligent Information Management Practice, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. and President, Quality Associates, Inc.
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Susheel John
SUSHEEL JOHN, Vice President, Marketing/Strategy, ibml
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From the Field: The pros and cons of in-house and outsourced options

Open Mike: Q&A moderated by John Mancini