The e-Content Institute, in association with the Toronto Chapter of ARMA is
running a program on the standard at the upcoming Information Highways
Conference; April 5-7 in Toronto.
Here are the details for those who wish to register, ARMA members can
receive a discount and you can register to attend 2 days, 1 day or 1/2 day.
There are free industry sponsored workshops being
held on April 5.
sessions on document/content/records management -
Here is the link to the program if you are interested:
Electronic records as documentary evidence
Canada is working towards the development of a national guidance and
standard for managing electronic records to meet evidentiary requirements in
courts of law. Known as the Electronic Records as Document Evidence Standard
it is slated for final and formal release in the coming weeks. The
underlying philosophy of the new standard is to provide a framework for
organizations to manage electronic records in a manner that will "maximize
the probability of their admissibility as evidence in court." What impact
does the standard have on records and document management practices and
corporate governance and risk mitigation? What is its relationship to PIPEDA
and other privacy and evidential statutes? What does your enterprise need to
know? Join our panel of experts as they share their perspectives on the
standard and its practical implementation.
Speaker(s): O'Shea, Michael, The Information Professionals
Beelby, Patricia, Trac Records
Raj Krishnamoorthy, Deloitte and Touche
Association Sponsor: Toronto Chapter of ARMA International
For full details on the Information Highways conference go to
2005 Information Highways Conference
view the program at:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kathy Hamilton" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, March 14, 2005 1:47 PM
Subject: Canadian Standard CGSB-72.34
> This standard (Electronic Documents as Documentary Evidence) seems to have
> been stalled last May in the 'public review' stage.
> Does anyone know what's going on - the CGSB Web site reference to it
> changed since last spring.
> Thanks a lot,
> List archives at http://lists.ufl.edu/archives/recmgmt-l.html
> Contact [log in to unmask] for assistance
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