Tuesday, November 17, 2015
The Commons Center at the J.J. Pickle Research Campus
University of Texas at Austin
10100 Burnet Road, Austin, Texas 78758
Mark your calendar and plan on being at The Commons Learning Center in Austin, Texas.
This conference is open to Texas state and local government employees.
Online registration is now open!
About the Conference - click here to see more!
It’s about managing those electronic records. Once again, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) and the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) have joined forces to bring you another outstanding selection of speakers sharing case studies and presentations about:
- The necessity of managing public records
- Information on digital preservation progress in the Texas Digital Archive
- How one governmental entity is managing up to 70 million e-mails per month!
- Best practices and lessons learned in implementing various electronic records/document management systems
- Change management factors for your knowledge workers
- Why and how to manage social media as records
We had so many great sessions submitted this year that we’ve added two breakout sessions in the afternoon to bring you more content and options than ever before!
Don’t miss our keynote speaker, Paul Taylor, Editor at Large and Chief Content Officer for Governing Magazine and e.Republic, who will share WHY managing public records is critical for government. Hear the case studies and topical presentations that will share how other governments have addressed the volume, velocity and variety challenges of government’s electronic records. Take away ideas on how to take control of e-mail and social media plus lessons learned and implementation strategies for a variety of document or content management system projects. Whether you need ideas on how to tackle just one or many of these challenges, come join your colleagues for this timely event.
This one-day conference is for state agency and local government officials who are creating or managing electronic records. This educational opportunity seeks to improve electronic records management in Texas government by bringing together staff responsible for and interested in records management and information technology. It is also a great chance to network with other attendees who are working on some of the same electronic records management issues you face in your office. Join 250-300 government personnel, speakers and exhibitors for this exciting day.
This high-quality, low-cost event provides education, networking, and continuing education credit for IRM education. We will apply for ICRM credit pre-approval, too.
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission and the Texas Department of Information Resourceshave co-sponsored this annual event since 2000.