Susan Cisco, Ph.D., CRM, FAI,
Pros and Cons of Making Big (Retention) Buckets and How to Do It
Every organization, private and public, has to comply with rules and regulations for retaining records and information. In the private sector, streamlining record retention schedules by applying the Big Bucket Approach is best practice. This session will elaborate on the pros and cons of using the Big Bucket Approach on state agency retention schedules and how to do it.
Susan Cisco has 30 years’ experience in the records and information management profession as a practitioner, educator, and consultant. For five years, Cisco was the Records Management Officer for the Oil and Gas Division at the Texas Railroad Commission, one of the most important energy-related regulatory bodies in the U.S. Cisco’s seminal work in the application of Big Bucket theory to the classification and retention of records has led to the enhanced usability of ECM systems, simplified deployment strategies, and optimized user adoption for organizations around the world. She holds a Master of Library Science degree and a Ph.D. in Library and Information Science from the University of Texas at Austin, is a CRM, and a Fellow of ARMA International.
When: Tuesday, November 15th
Time: 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Location: BBVA Compass Bank; 5800 North Mopac Expressway Austin, TX 78731
Lunch will be provided: To Be Announced
$5 for members
$10 for non-members and guests (including first time guests)
Attendance prize is given out at chapter meetings
We accept credit cards (fees do apply, visit the chapter website for more details)
Meeting sponsored by: Safesite
Dessert Sponsor: Gimmal