Super Bucket Scheduling:
How to Manage 600 eMails and Attachments a Second
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Clyde’s of Gallery Place
Washington, DC 20001
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS OPEN UNTIL THE MEETING STARTS!
About this event:
What happens when you take “Big Bucket” scheduling for automated recordkeeping to the next level? How do you go about converting your current records schedules to “Super Buckets”? Why do it? Hear about an actual project using “Super Bucket” schedules in combination with auto-classification and how it provide automatic retention for journaled emails at ingest time. This early case study is a peak behind the scenes at DOI’s records management and auto-classification initiatives (480 million emails per year). Join us to learn about the requirements, the strategy, the challenges, and the solution implemented to use auto-classification to manage email in the cloud. Bring your ideas, questions, and comments for what promises to be a lively discussion of legally-defensible automated retention tools.
About our Speaker:
Ms. Carol Brock is a Certified Records Manager and is the records management expert for IQ Business Group. Currently she is working with the U.S. Department of the Interior to implement an enterprise-wide records and content management system using auto-categorization.
Ms. Brock is the former Director of Information Assets for the U.S. Government Accountability Office. While at U.S. GAO she successfully spearheaded a NARA pilot project for simplified records scheduling and implemented an enterprise-wide electronic recordkeeping system for which she earned the National Archivist’s Achievement Award. In June 2010, she provided invited expert testimony, before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Information Policy, Census, and National Archives of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on “Federal Electronic Records Management: A Status Report.”
Ms. Brock has 27 years of Federal records management experience as a contractor, consultant, and Federal employee. She is also a Research Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin working on a Ph.D. in digital preservation.
Ms. Brock is an active member of AIIM and regularly speaks on leading records management topics.
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