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 Digital Government Institute

Digital Government Institute

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

article17156Creating Electronic Records Management (ERM) within Enterprise
Content Management Systems (ECMS)

Cafritz Conference Center, 800 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC (Foggy Bottom
Metro Stop)
June 13-14, 2005 (Exhibits June 13)

Learn how federal agencies are successfully integrating electronic records
management (ERM) with electronic document management and Enterprise Content
Management Systems (ECMS). Agency case studies will demonstrate how ERM
within ECMS can provide cost-effective support to other key business
functions in the enterprise architecture.

* Ministry-wide Deployment of Electronic Records Management in the U.K.
Ministry of Defense, Julian Campbell, U.K. Ministry of Defense (Invited)
* New Developments in the Electronic Records Policy Working Group, Jeanette
Plante, Executive Office for the U.S. Attorneys, Department of Justice
* How Agencies Are Making Positive Uses of Electronic Records within ECMSs,
J. Timothy Sprehe, Sprehe Information Management Associates
* Pushing ERM Upstream into EDM through the Use of Document Templates with
Embedded Records Schedules, Denise Bedford, The World Bank
* How EPA's ERDMS Became the Enterprise Content Management System, Steve
Wyman, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, Environmental
Protection Agency.
* The DoD Roadmap to Net-Centric Electronic Records Management, Harriet
Riofrio, Office of the CIO, Office of the Secretary of Defense
* How Do You Roll Out the Largest ERM in the World? Charley Barth, Director
of Records, Department of the Navy
* Sponsoring Companies' Views on ERM within ECMS
* Making GAO's EDM/ERM System Non-Intrusive on Desktop End Users, Carol
Brock, Director of Information Assets, Government Accountability Office
* The Importance of Capturing Standardized Metadata in Enterprise Content
Management Systems, Report from AIIM C30 Committee on Integrated EDMS/ERMS,
Yvonne Pollard, Records Officer, U.S. Mint, Dept. of the Treasury
* Pointer-Based Records Management Systems: How to Cope with Records in
Database Applications, TBA

Program Approved for 1 CEU - George Washington University

Presented by
Digital Government Institute
Sprehe Information Management Associates
Council for Excellence in Government
George Washington University

Exhbitors Include:
Tower Software

4 Easy Ways to Register:
By Phone: 202-624-1762
By Fax: 202-624-1766 By Mail: DGI c/o Meeting Management Services (MMS),
1201 New Jersey Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20001

Registration Fee:
$895 - Government, with payment by credit card or check in advance
$1095 - Industry, with payment by credit card or check in advance Group
discounts available.

Digital Government Institute, 6213 Crathie Lane, Bethesda, MD 20816

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