Monthly Archives: November 2010

Toolkit Spotlight – New York Preliminary Guidance on Social Media

This month, our Toolkit for Managing Electronic Records spotlight returns to illustrate how the Toolkit incorporates materials from anywhere. While we released our Web 2.0 Bulletin to heads of Federal agencies in October, (see: Guidance on Managing Records in Web … Continue reading

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BRIDG Meeting on December 6

Today’s post comes to us from Laurence Brewer, Director of the Life Cycle Management Division in the Modern Records Program. In case you missed the RM Communications e-mail, there will be a Bimonthly Records and Discussion Group (BRIDG) meeting on … Continue reading

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New IBM Center for Technology in Government Report

The IBM Center for Technology in the Business of Government recently released a report entitled How Federal Agencies Can Effectively Manage Records Created Using New Social Media Tools. This report identifies challenges for records management that arise from the increasing … Continue reading

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Discussion Group on Multi-Agency Collaborations

We, in partnership with the MAX Federal Community, will be hosting a workshop to discuss the challenges of managing records in a multi-agency collaborative environment. The session will include case study presentations focusing on specific collaborative platforms and a discussion … Continue reading

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Federal Government Roundtable at ARMA 2010

If you have made plans to attend this year’s annual ARMA Conference in San Francisco, please join us at the Federal Government Roundtable for networking and facilitated discussions about the burning issues of the day!  The Roundtable will be held … Continue reading

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