As a follow-up to Digital Government Institute’s popular flagship E-Discovery, Records & Information Management Conference held in March, government Records Management professionals will once again gather in August to network and continue the dialog about e-discovery, records and information management policies, applications and technologies.
The Records Management Conference is co-located with the 4th annual 930gov Conference, Tradeshow & Training Symposium. 930gov is a fiscal year-end strategy exchange bringing together Government IT, program management, acquisition professionals and their teams to review FY2017 plans and explore new opportunities.
Christina AyiotisJoin conference host Christina Ayiotis, attorney and business executive in the areas of cyber, privacy, ethics, collaboration, Internet governance, innovation, board service and diversity. She teaches “Information Policy” as Adjunct Faculty at The George Washington University and has served on the Boards of MWC ARCS, the Fairfax Law Foundation, the Women’s Alliance for Financial Education, ARMA NOVA, the Hellenic American Women’s Council and the Women’s Bar Association of DC (“WBA”). In 2008, she was recognized by the WBA with the Mussey Gillett Shining Star Award. She is a Certified Records Manager with expertise in information governance and e-discovery.
Registration is free, and Records Management Conference attendees will have access to all 930gov sessions and technical communities.