Transition to Electronic Government: Practical Advice from the Field
10 Sep 2019 | 12:00 PM EDT | 9:00 AM PDT
State and local government records managers and archivists face increasing challenges in preserving permanent records managed in digital formats. This includes handling the daily deluge of born-digital records as well as establishing trusted repositories for records rapidly being converted from legacy paper and microfilm. Faceted search and controlled access to electronic records is a pressing need to comply with public records laws and evolving privacy regulations.
This webinar features use cases and an exploration of technical capabilities that public sector agencies at all levels need to efficiently and securely execute their permanent records management and archiving duties in electronic government.
Listeners will gain insights into digital preservation technology, how it applies to public sector electronic records life cycle management, and the importance of preparing for inter-agency records transfers and accessioning sooner rather than later.
Jason R. Baron, Of Counsel, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP (former Director of Litigation, National Archives and Records Administration)
Tanya Marshall, Vermont State Archivist & Chief Records Officer
Andrew French, Director of Solutions Architecture, Preservica