Records and Information Management 101
This session addresses basic records and information management principles. This session is an excellent introduction to the basic requirements to manage information from creation to final disposition. New records professionals to include those in leadership roles will find value in this session.
Eric Stene, CRM
City Records Management Officer
City of Austin
Eric Stene has 18 years records and information management experience and has been a Certified Records Manager since 2010. He is currently the Records and Information Management Officer for the City of Austin having worked at the City for more than 14 years. Eric worked in establishing the City records management program that provided a step by step method of implementation for City departments and worked in the implementation of digital records systems in City departments. His specialties include records inventories, creating records retention schedules, consulting services for City departments, coordinating offsite storage and training in all aspects of records and information management. Before the City of Austin, Eric was a Records Analyst with the Utah State Archives and Records Service. Eric gained expertise in managing records from many industries through his work in state and local government including environmental quality, public safety, public utilities, financial, and planning and development. Eric holds a Bachelor’s degree from Weber State University and a Master’s degree from Utah State University.
8:00 am to 8:30 am Registration
8:30 am to 8:35 am Announcements & Introduction
8:35 am to 11:30 am Workshop
Breaks will be taken
$25.00 for Members
$35 for Non-Members
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