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NARA Southwest Region E-Records Forum and RACO-Texas April 14-15, 2009

From:

Bill Fellers <[log in to unmask]>

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The EDUCAUSE CIO Constituent Group Listserv <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Fri, 6 Feb 2009 10:44:49 -0500

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The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), Southwest
Region cordially invites you to register for the 2009 Southwest Region
Electronic Records Forum (4/14) and the Records Administration
Conference (RACO-Texas 4/15).   Please forward this to your regional
field office records coordinators/liasons/officers.  Both events will
be
held back-to-back starting on Tuesday,  April 14th for two days, at
the
Omni Hotel in Downtown Austin; Address: 700 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin,
TX.  If you have an interest in exhibiting your products or services
please contact us directly per our contact information below.

Your registration includes not only timely records management training
but a continental breakfast and plated lunch for both days. 
Additionally, we are having an evening social/networking session with
h'orderves.  Vendors have been signing up for this event and some of
them thus far include Ancestry.com, Computing Systems Innovations,
Belfor, NARA FRC Program, NARA ARCIS Booth, NARA RM Program Booth,
etc.

The conference is expected to attract 200 Federal, State, Local, and
Tribal records managers, archivists and information specialists as
well
as a number of attendees from the private sector and academia.   The
combined conference will feature a number of sessions with speakers
from
NARA, Federal Records Officers, Academia and Vendors.  We have also
added a Keynote Speaker this year - David Weinberger - Author of
"Everything is Miscellaneous".

Our current agenda is as follows:

E-Forum
---------
-David Weinberger - Keynote and Author of "Everything is
Miscellaneous"

-Web 2.0 and the Records Management Issues 
Pat Galloway, PhD, School of Information, The University of Texas at
Austin - Email, Wiki's, Web 2.0
Robin Riat, CRM, Senior Records Analyst, National Archives and Records
Administration Central Plains Region Records Management Program -
Ready
for Web 2.0?

-E-Discovery
Conor R. Crowley, Esq - Partner of Daley Crowley
LLP/www.daleylegal.com


-Bringing Electronic Information Back to Life
Karen Strong, Partner, Gimmal Group

-Architecture Centric RM 
Michael Miller, PhD, Director RIM Consulting, Lockhead Martin, 
Reynolds Cahoon, Director Advanced Programs

-Nuts and Bolts:  Preserving Digital Content at the University of
North
Texas
Cathy Hartman, Assistant Dean for Digital and Information
Technologies,
University of North Texas, Denton 

RACO Texas
--------------

-E-Systems under development and E-Records Toolkits at the National
Archives and Records Administration
Kenneth Thibodeau, PhD, Director, Electronic Records Archives Program,
National Archives and Records Administration  - ERA Update
John McEvoy, IT Specialist, National Archives and Records
Administration, Office of Regional Records Services - Are You ARCIS
Ready? 
Susan Sullivan, CRM, National Archives and Records Administration,
Modern Records Programs, ERM Policy Team - E-Records Toolkits
Briefing/Demo

-Managing Data and Information as National Assets
Suzanne Acar, PhD, Senior Information Architect and Co-chair, Federal
Data Architecture Subcommittee (DAS), Office of the Secretary (OCIO),
U.
S. Department of the Interior

-Building a Comprehensive Records Management Architecture for
Electronic Records at the Internal Revenue Service
Dan Bennett, US Department of Treasury, Records Officer, Internal
Revenue Service 

-Records Management Application (RMA) Case Studies
Susan L. Sallaway, CRM, U. S. Department of Treasury, Office of the
Comptroller of the Currency - WISDM EDMS/RMA Case Study
Barbara Voss, Regional Administrator, National Archives and Records
Administration, Rocky Mountain Region, Federal Business Case:
Microsoft
Sharepoint RMA Case Study 
Ralph Johnson, Manager, Information Management Group, Minerals
Management Service, Denver, RMA Case Study 

-Disaster Recovery and Continuity of Operations (COOP) 
Howard Lowell, External Coordinator for Disaster Recovery and
Response,
National Archives and Records Administration 
Daniel W. Bennett, Records Officer, U. S. Department of Treasury,
Internal Revenue Service Hurricanes Dolly and Ike 
Michael Baimbridge, Jr., Senior Records Analyst, National Archives and
Records Administration, Southwest Region and Brad McDannald, Federal
Emergency Management Agency
George B. Huff, Jr., CBCP, Senior Attorney-Advisor, Space and
Facilities Division/Judiciary Emergency Preparedness Office,
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts - Emergency Preparedness and
Continuity of Operation Planning in the U.S. Courts.  

The Annual E-Records Forum sponsored by NARA-SW Region, Texas State
Library and Archives Commission, University of Texas at Austin School
of
Information, National Association of Government Archives and Records
Administrators, and the Society of Southwest Archivists is a unique
conference focusing on current issues in Electronic Records.

RACO Texas is an annual one-day conference on Federal records
management issues and is hosted by the National Archives and Records
Administration (NARA). Each year NARA picks one of its Regional
Offices
to host this annual event. The Southwest Region in Fort Worth has been
chosen for 2009. 

Don't wait - reserve early before March 13, 2009 to ensure a seat at
the conference!  To make your reservation and payment or obtain
additional information (Agenda, Payment information, etc) contact John
Garza, at 817-831-5919 (FAX 817-334-5511), [log in to unmask] 

Our website that contains the agenda and registration information is
the
following:

http://www.archives.gov/southwest/agencies/records-mgmt/forum-announcement.html



NARA has negotiated a substantial discount hotel rate for exhibitors
with OMNI Hotels.  Hotel reservations can be made by calling OMNI
directly per below before March 22, 2009.  

For entertainment planning after the conference sessions you are
within
easy walking distance to Austin's famous 6th Street music scene and
the
World's best BBQ and Tex Mex.  www.6street.com is a good place to
start
planning your evenings in Austin, Texas.

We look forward to seeing you at E-Records Forum and RACO Texas!.  

REGISTRATION INFORMATION:
Attending both days: $259.00
E-Records Forum Only: $169.00
RACO Texas Only $169.00
To Register Contact John Garza at 817-831-5919 or
e-mail: [log in to unmask] 

Hotel: Omni 700 San Jacinto at 8th Street, Austin, Texas
 
$107.00 Federal Ask for the following Room Block:  GOVT - NATL
ARCHIVES
& RECORDS 2009 CONFERENCE

$189.00 Non-Federal -Ask for the National Archives Group Rate

Phone: (800) 843-6664, Fax: (512) 397-4888




Bill Fellers, CRM
Director,  Records Management Program
National Archives and Records Administration - Southwest Region
501 West Felix, Building One
P.O. Box 6216
Fort Worth, TX 76115
Phone: 817-831-5918
Fax: 817-334-5511
Cell: 281-841-8519
[log in to unmask]
http://www.archives.gov/southwest/ 

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