Please join us for a one-day Information Governance and Records Management conference.
Our sessions include three informative talks covering everything from how to set up a records management program, through to information and privacy and records management in Sharepoint 2010. And, as always, lots of time to network!
Note that this year’s Nanaimo event is approved by the Law Society of BC for the Continuing Professional Development program.
Building a Records Management House: Using the metaphor of a house, Ken Oldenburger will walk us through the elements necessary to construct a records management program. Although this only allows a cursory examination of each element, the big picture of records management is something that records staff rarely consider. The intention is to see how each portion of a records management program supports the other portions; this will give records staff a new perspective on their role in the organization.
Information and Privacy: Justin Hodkinson, an investigator with the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia, will cover a variety of hot topics. These topics may include: severing tips; how to handle requests from law enforcement agencies; how to respond to requests for personal information when handling a catastrophic emergency; how to handle a privacy breach; video surveillance; in-camera meetings; and requests for interior building plans. Check back here for further details as we determine the most popular focus to provide attendees.
Graham Sibley, founder and CEO of Collabware, will illustrate how Collabware CLM records management software for SharePoint can be used to quickly implement an advanced RM solution that will increase compliance, reduce legal and e-discovery costs, and optimize records management processes, while still providing a fantastic end-user experience. This session will focus on examples of successful implementations with customers in the government, utilities, mining and pharmaceutical industries, and will demonstrate the many capabilities of Collabware CLM that greatly expand SharePoint’s RM capacity.
Docuware is a state-of-the-art document management system software for professional Enterprise Content Management. By tapping into the valuable information contained in documents, precisely where and when you need it, you can streamline your business practices. Tim Stevens and Jon Weston will highlight Docuware’s records management features as well as enhanced workflow functionalities and document capture and access regardless of source.
Your Local, Local Government Pioneer for RM in SharePoint 2010: Stacie Barclay will take you through the implementation thus far of SharePoint 2010 at the City of Langford. She will explore the success and the struggles, along with some lessons learned along the way. You will laugh and cry right along with her and leave with some insight into the elements to consider during a SharePoint implementation in your environment.
Strategies for Information Governance
April 14, 2014, Nanaimo BC
Ken Oldenburger has been involved in records management for twenty years. His services have involved designing and amending records classification systems and retention schedules, physically and electronically implementing these systems, drafting information governance policies and procedures, creating needs assessments and strategic plans, and providing training and advice, and, of course, filing. Ken has worked for provincial, territorial, municipal, regional and First Nations governments, as well as universities and private corporations. Ken is a founding member and the current president of the Vancouver Island Chapter of ARMA International (www.armavi.org).
Justin Hodkinson has worked for the OIPC since March 2007 as an investigator. Before that, Justin worked in private practice as a lawyer, primarily in the areas of leaky condo litigation, strata property law and plaintiff-side employment law. He graduated from University of Alberta Faculty of Law in 1999 and has an Honours Degree in Social Anthropology. When he’s not investigating, his wife and four-year-old son Luc keep him very busy with Lego and craft projects.
Stacie Barclay has been spreading her “Records Pride” for over 15 years in both provincial and municipal governments. She began her RM career as a Records Clerk at the Ministry of Forests, where she was bitten by the Records Bug and from there grew her education and career. Stacie left the provincial government in 2010 to explore the RM world of municipal Government, where she is currently the Manager of Records, Information and Privacy for the City of Langford.
Please note: Deadline for registration is April 11, 2014.
Monday, April 14, 2014
8:45 am until 4:00 pm
Vancouver Island Conference Centre, Nanaimo, BC, Canada
ARMA Members: $120; Non-members: $150