We are pleased to announce the release of NARA Bulletin 2017-02: Guidance on Senior Agency Officials for Records Management. The Bulletin clarifies the roles and responsibilities of the pivotal SAORM position and consolidates existing guidance into one source. The Bulletin incorporates relevant content from the joint OMB-NARA Managing Government Records Directive (M-12-18), NARA’s Frequently Asked Questions … Continue reading Senior Agency Officials for Records Management (SAORM) Bulletin Issued
As many of you are probably aware, the annual meeting of ARMA International takes place this year October 17-19 at the Gaylord National Hotel and Conference Center. We wanted to make everyone aware of our presence at this meeting and of the sessions and events that are of particular interest to Federal employees. There is … Continue reading Welcome ARMA 2011
Save the Date - August 24, 2010! On that day, our Great Lakes region will be hosting the 7th annual regional Records Administration Conference (RACO) in the Windy City. Following up on the theme from the RACO held back in May, the theme will be "Managing the Records of an Open Government." The keynote speaker … Continue reading RACO Chicago Program Announced
Today's post comes to us from Laurence Brewer, Director of the Life Cycle Management Division in the Modern Records Program. It's been a long time comin', but the program schedule is now up on our RACO 2010 web site. It's shaping up to be a great program on timely topics so don't miss your chance … Continue reading RACO 2010 Program Schedule Now Available!
After lunch, RACO 2009 will focus on practical case studies and examples of social media already being used by our colleagues in the Federal government. These sessions will provide both background on policy development and real-world examples of how these collaborative tools are already being used in a variety of ways. Jeffrey Levy, Director of … Continue reading Previewing the Program: PM Sessions
A week from now, RACO 2009 will be underway. We've already highlighted the keynote speaker Beth Noveck. But what can you expect from the rest of our program? Let's take a more detailed look at the morning sessions. First on the schedule is the welcome from fellow blogger Laurence Brewer. Laurence will open RACO 2009 … Continue reading Previewing the Program: AM Sessions