Mar 04

Washington, DC

Ronald Reagan Building

Agencies are constantly challenged with managing new forms of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) – including Web 2.0 applications, such as wikis, blogs and social media content, many of which are not created or stored in ways that mesh with traditional information management and retention practices. While these information generating tools and systems proliferate across the public sector, government professionals are challenged to determine how to keep up with ESI management, and how to use available and emerging technologies to automate business processes and information access to ensure they are compliant with e-discovery requirements. Government organizations are held to the same high standards in court for legal discovery, and many are hard pressed to meet the requirements to produce information when requested. Join government and industry experts who will discuss current requirements, challenges, and examples of successful electronic records management and e-discovery programs. This comprehensive event is free for government employees.

Cost: Free for Government

Contact Name: Digital Government Institute

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