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Subject: Super-Buckets and Email Auto-Classification - ARMA Metro Maryland 10/9/13 Dinner Meeting
From: John Milligan <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Thu, 26 Sep 2013 05:02:51 -0700
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ARMA Metro Maryland October 9, 2013, Dinner Meeting
Super
Buckets and Auto-Classification:  How to
Manage 70 Million Journaled E-Mails a Month
 
Presented by John Montel, Department of Interior (DOI);
Jack Frost, IQ Business Group
 
Meeting sponsored by: TRAK Records and Library
 
Time:  Networking – 6:00
PM, Dinner – 6:30 PM, Presentation – 7:30 PM
 
Location:  Oro Pomodoro – 33A
Maryland Avenue, Rockville, MD, 20850 – 301-251-1111

Program:Using
enterprise-wide, functional retention schedules, DOI uses auto-classification
to manage content. The solution supports records, e-discovery, FOIA, Ethics,
Administrative / Congressional records, cybercrimes, and inspector general
activities. This presentation provides lessons of experience with strategies
used to establish the program, garner support, consolidate systems, and apply
auto-classification to manage content at receipt or transmission. Based on real
world experience, this may assist other organizations in formulating strategies
and realizing the possibilities of a centralized solution.

Speakers:  John Montel is the Deputy, eRecords Officer
for Dept. of Interior.  He is responsible
for over a dozen enterprise programs within the DOI’s IT Transformation Office,
which is working to consolidate multiple information-based systems.  Mr. Montel has over 20 years of information
management experience and was recently recognized by industry with the Open
Text Global Star Award for support of the email, Enterprise Records and
Document Management System (eERDMS) program.  Mr. Montel also serves on the AIIM National
Capitol Chapter Board.  

Mr. Frost is Vice President of the Federal Sector for
The IQ Business Group, Inc, a leading provider of data and information
management solutions for highly regulated industries and the public sector. Mr.
Frost also serves as the IQBG Deputy Program Manager for the DOI email,
Enterprise Records and Document Management System (eERDMS). A cloud-based
enterprise-wide records and document management solution developed to
centralize Department records management. Mr. Frost is a member of the AIIM
Company of Fellows and currently serves as President of the AIIM National
Capitol Chapter.

Menu:
Dinner will be a buffet with a choice of Grilled Atlantic Salmon, Penne Pasta,
or Grilled Chicken Skewers as a main course.  Also includes Caesar or Mixed Green Salad, Roasted Fingerling Potatoes,
Mixed Vegetables, and non-alcoholic beverages. 

Reservations
Required: SPACE IS LIMITED. LATE REGISTRATIONS AND WALK-INS WILL NOT BE
ACCOMMODATED.  Please RSVP by 5:00 PM
Monday, October 7, by responding to your on-line invitation or visiting https://www.eventbrite.com/event/8475417201.  No refunds for cancellations after
Monday, October 7, 5:00 PM. 

Cost:
Online registration with credit card, $35 for ARMA members; $40 for
non-members; and reduced rate for students with valid ID and applicable
studies. For questions regarding registration and student rates, send message
to the attention of Carol Agayoff at [log in to unmask]
All registrations are pre-paid. We cannot guarantee the availability of meals
or seating for walk-ins. No credit cards will be taken at the door.

Sponsorship:  The Chapter wishes to thank Tricia Battle and Dan Hurd of TRAK Records
and Library for sponsoring this meeting.  TRAK Records and Library is considered a national recruiting and
staffing leader by providing professionals who are experts in information
management. TRAK stays abreast of this rapidly changing field through records
and library community involvement and education programs. This important
interaction allows them to constantly redefine recruiting efforts and provide
up-to-date temporary staffing and direct-hire placement solutions to law firms,
medical organizations, corporations, and other businesses. Visit TRAK at http://www.trakcompanies.com/RL/.  

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