The Office of Management and Budget’s 2019 memo on records management, M-19-21, requires that all agencies make a full transition to electronic recordkeeping by December 2022.
That transition entails far more than simply digitizing existing records. It require a solid plan of action that incorporates the reinvention of current business processes, dramatically different approaches to content classification, new systems that are digital throughout, and the security to ensure these records are both protected and accessible.
This GCN editorial webcast will explore how DHS, DOJ and other agencies are working toward fully electronic records management, how NARA is supporting these efforts, and how a cloud-based data management platform can bring benefits far beyond simply eliminating paper records. The requirements of M-19-21 apply to federal agencies only, but organizations at all levels of government can benefit from the best practices in this transformation effort.
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Speaker: Troy Schneider, Editor-in-Chief, GCN & FCW
Rubrik Public Sector
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Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Field of Study: Information Technology
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