As a Records and Information management professional, you know or at least have heard about The Principles of information governance, known as the Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles®. But how would you apply them in a given scenario? This workshop will be a high-level overview of The Principles followed by practical application by the attendees. ARMA International developed and published the Principles to foster general awareness of information governance standards and principles and to assist organizations in developing information management systems that comply with them.
This workshop will provide valuable information and guidance to those that may be starting a formal records management program or experienced programs that are striving to become exceptional.
Kevin Waldrup, MBA, CRM
Records Management Administrator
City of Austin
Health and Human Services Department
Kevin Waldrup is the Records Management Administrator with the City of Austin’s Health and Human Services Department. Kevin has over 16 years of experience in Records Management in many different areas including records retention, records appraisal, disposition, records management training, education, and awareness.
Kevin has been a member of ARMA International since 2001 and currently serves on the ARMA Southwest Region Board as Chapter Advisor of Education and Programming. Prior to joining the Region Board, Kevin served on the Austin Chapter’s Board of Directors as Education Chair, Vice-President, Chapter President, and Immediate Past-President.
Kevin has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Sam Houston State University and a Masters of Business Administration degree from Amberton University. He earned his designation as a Certified Records Manager in January 2007.
ARMA International: http://www.arma.org
ARMA International is a not-for-profit professional association and the authority on governing information as a strategic asset. Originally, ARMA was the acronym for the Association of Records Managers and Administrators. Over the years, we have seen a broadening of the profession as records management has become a recognized and integral part of information governance, which is key to doing business. To reflect the changing environment and this "expansion" of the profession, the association's Board of Directors decided to discontinue using ARMA as an acronym and adopted "ARMA International" as a general descriptor of the association.
Austin ARMA Chapter: www.austinarma.com
- 8:30 am to 8:55 am Registration
- 8:55 am to 9:00 am Announcements & Introduction
- 9:00 am to 11:00 am Workshop
- Breaks will be taken
- Light Refreshments will be available
- 11:00 pm to 11:15 pm Close Workshop
- $25.00 for Members
- $35 for Non-Members
Pay using one of the methods listed below or use our Chapter's new online payment feature HERE. A small fee applies.
*Registrations should be received by Friday, May 13,2016 *
Mail to checks to:
Austin ARMA Chapter
PO Box 27435
ARMA Education Chair:
Vickie Stephens, CRM, (512) 940-3090