Big Bucket Scheduling Workshop Follow-up

Our Big Bucket Scheduling Workshop a few weeks ago was a great success! Special thanks to the presenters from the US Patent and Trademark Office, Records Officer Susan Fawcett and USPTO records management contractors John Milligan, Neale Faunt, and Earl Ashley. Thanks also to nearly 200 attendees that filled the McGowan Theater for asking some interesting questions. Below are the products of that meeting.

Here is theĀ  presentation (link is to a .pdf) that was used. Next are two .pdf documents that were created by USPTO when communicating with their program offices about this schedule. First is the schedule review memo and next is the inventory memo.

Finally, here is the video recording of the presentation. The presentation runs about 50 minutes with the question/answer and discussion period taking the last hour.

Thanks again to PTO for making this event a success.

We hope to offer more of these kinds of events in the future. What topics would you like to see covered? Please leave a comment below.

About Arian Ravanbakhsh

Records Management Policy Analyst in the Office of the Chief Records Officer.
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5 Responses to Big Bucket Scheduling Workshop Follow-up

  1. Pat says:

    Arian,

    The link for the schedule review memo does not work.

    Thanks, Pat

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  2. Dawn says:

    This was a very informative and helpful workshop

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  3. Ron Layel says:

    Thanks for sharing, Arian! Been looking forward to seeing this.

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  4. Thanks for all the positive comments. We have received some very good feedback about this meeting. Pat, all of the links open .pdf files, and work fine on this end, so please check again.

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  5. Jill says:

    Would like to know more about NARA’s new RM tool, and how other DoD 5015.2 compliant RM applications can export records electronically to NARA. Would also like to know how SharePoint 2010 Records Center can export records electronically to NARA. Many kind thanks, Jill

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