The Digital Records & Information Management conference aims to bring together key figures and innovative projects to drive best practice, inspire innovation and facilitate networking.
Attend this conference to learn how to:
- Ensure successful outcomes in digital records management
- Effectively engage stakeholders in digital RIM
- Develop an information governance model & framework
- Establish a digital culture
- Improve user centricity in digital document process
Federal, state & local government departments & agencies with responsibility for:
- Information Management
- Records Management
- Digital Information
- Digital Records
- Digital Transition
- Knowledge Management
- Corporate Information
Attend to learn:
- Proactively meet digital transition targets
- Boost organisational buy-in & engagement
- Manage the volume & proliferation of information
Archives New Zealand
Richard Foy was appointed Acting Chief Archivist and General Manager of Archives New Zealand in August 2017.
Prior to this, Richard worked for over two years as the Director, Digital Strategy, Information and Knowledge Services at the Department of Internal Affairs. He worked closely with New Zealand’s National Library and National Archives to imagine their digital future and define a compelling strategy for growing into it.
Richard has a background in information, software systems, technology architecture, and digital strategy.
For 12 years he consulted on technology to business, then joined the public service to lead enterprise architecture at the Ministry of Social Development, before joining the Department of Internal Affairs to spearhead Better Public Services, Result 10 and RealMe, the NZ government’s official digital authentication, identity and privacy solution.
Richard is one of New Zealand government’s digerati, a design-savvy futurist recognised for promoting an optimistic vision of digital technology as transformational for New Zealand. Outside of work, he’s obsessed with his children, Star Trek and science fiction, sometimes in that order.
National Archives of Australia
Australian National Maritime Museum
Department of Education & Training (VIC)
Juliette Cox is the Director, Knowledge, Privacy and Records at the Department of Education and Training. She has 20 years experience in the information and knowledge management field, across different sectors and countries, including running an educational data collection agency, leading information strategy development and data governance programs of work, and establishing and implementing IM projects. Her current team comprises knowledge management, privacy, copyright, records management and digitisation and is focused on building capability, designing user friendly services and developing business partnerships to implement policy and support compliance. She also has an English Literature degree from Cambridge University and a strong interest in organisational culture and building high-performing teams.
What People Are Saying
“This event was highly valuable for anyone wanting to get up to speed with great innovators and networking opportunities.”AirServices Australia 2017 & Digital Records & Information Management conference attendee
Date: 11 Jul 2017 By: Maisie Holder
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Image & Data Manager (IDM) is a dedicated magazine and Web site covering collaboration and information management for Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. It offers expert insight, case studies and essential updates on topics such as:
- imaging & workflow
- email and instant messaging
- enterprise content management
- document & records management
- network storage and archiving
- knowledge management
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The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is Australia’s peak representative body and advocacy group for those in the digital ecosystem. We are a not-for-profit organisation to benefit members, and AIIA membership fees are tax deductible. Since 1978 the AIIA has pursued activities to stimulate and grow the digital ecosystem, to create a favourable business environment for our members and to contribute to Australia’s economic prosperity.
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RIM Professionals Australasia (Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia) is the peak organisation for the records and information management profession in Australasia and the largest in the southern hemisphere.
For almost 50 vigorous years RIM Professionals Australasia has supported and promoted best practice in the records and information management profession and has developed strategic alliances with other professional peak bodies.
Representing over 1500 records and information management professionals and organisations in the private sector and Commonwealth, Federal, State and Local Governments, RIM Professionals Australasia has active branches/chapters across Australia and New Zealand.