Thursday, January 19, 2006

Enabling Information Sharing with Enterprise Content Management

Just got this email from NCC AIIM:

Enabling Information Sharing with Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
Co-Hosted by IAC, ARMA GWDC, and ARMA NoVA
Thursday, February 9, 2006
Key Bridge Marriott (Rosslyn, VA)


Keynote Addresses:

• William Hooten, Assistant Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation – Developing a Comprehensive Document and Records Management System at the FBI

• Robert Markham, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research – State of the Art in ECM


• Stephen P. Levenson, Administrative Office of the Courts and Chair of the Chair of the ISO Joint Working Group for PDF/A – Use of PDF/A for Long Term Archival

• Bill Manago, VP, Records Best Practices, MDY - Proposed Version 3 of the DoD 5015.2 Standard for Records Management

• Sherry Smith, Records Manager, U.S. Department of the Treasury Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) – Case Study of Records Management

• Mike Miller, Program Manager, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation - The Records Management Implications of Content Management

• Vendor Panel with our Event Sponsors:
Adobe Systems, QAI, eVisory, Tower Software – Information Sharing Successes in the Real World

About this Event
As an information technology and records management professional, you need to know about how ECM technology improves information sharing in today's fast-paced government and business environments. Learn from key Federal and industry leaders about:

• Successes in deployment of ECM technology for information sharing
• The current state of the art in the ECM market
• Perils and pitfalls to avoid
• Incorporating all types of information into a common architecture
• Integrating Document and Records Management
• Preserving your information assets

This is not on the NCC AIIM website yet; but is sure to be a major event.

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