Records Managers Forum - 29 March 2017
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm (AEDT)
From State Archives and Records Authority of New South Wales
Our reference: 13/0073
To: Senior responsible officers and records management contacts
You are invited to attend the next Records Managers Forum on 29 March 2017.
This invitation is also extended to any records/information management or related professionals in your organisation who may find the presentations useful.
The Records Managers Forum will include presentations from:
- Denise North, Director Corporate & Chief Risk Officer, Public Service Commission – “Electronic Approvals – a case study in interagency collaboration”
- Dr Ann Turner, Program Director (OneTRIM), Department of Family and Community Services – “OneTRIM in FACS: review of a digital transformation Program”
- Janet Villata, Information Analyst, City of Sydney – “Developing information management e-learning modules: The Challenges”
- Irene Chymyn, Acting Senior Project Officer, Government Recordkeeping, State Archives and Records NSW – “The 2017 social media trends impacting recordkeeping: are we ready for them?”
WHEN: Wednesday 29 March 2017
TIME: 1:30pm - 4:30pm We would ask that you are seated in the room by 1:30pm.
WHERE: Level 4 Conference Room, Department of Finance, Services and Innovation, McKell Building, 2-24 Rawson Place (cnr George Street), Haymarket.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This is an event for NSW public sector records and information management professionals.
REGISTRATION : Please note, registration for the Forum is essential. You must be registered to attend this event. When attending the event you will be asked for photo identification by reception personnel at the McKell Building.
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State Archives and Records Authority of New South Wales
State Archives and Records NSW is the NSW Government's archives and records management authority. We manage the NSW State archives collection and set the rules and provide guidance on the management of official records. Our off-budget Government Records Repository (GRR) provides records storage services to the public sector. We are part of the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation.