Overcoming the challenges of digital RIM
Conference Date
18th & 19th October 2017
Canberra Rex Hotel
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Driving excellence in records & information management
How do you find the best approach to digital records and information management for your organisation? Complex cultural issues need to be addressed, systems need integrating and records need to be proactively managed to ensure they remain accessible and usable, not only over time, but periods of organisational and technological change.

The Digital Records & Information Management conference will focus on overcoming the challenges in transitioning to digital records and information management and provide practical examples of how to meet the DC 2020 requirements.

Attend and learn how to:
  • Ensure successful outcomes in digital records management
  • Engage management in digital RIM
  • Develop an information governance model & framework
  • Establish a digital culture
  • Develop user centric approaches to digital documents management
  • Draw upon best practice from different disciplines
Who will attend?
Government departments and agencies with responsibilities for:
  • Information Management
  • Records Management
  • Digital Information
  • Digital Records
  • Corporate Information
  • Archives
Proudly supported by RIMPA

Attend to learn:

  • Establish a digital culture
  • Build a robust information governance framework
  • Measure your organisation’s digital success
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Key Speakers

Anne Lyons
Assistant Director-General Information Policy & System
National Archives of Australia
Joshua Pearse
Formerly Agency Records Manager Corporate Information Services
Australian National Audit Office
Allan Connelly-Hansen
Information Management & Governance Specialist
Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade
Mike Webb
Chief Information Officer
National Museum of Australia


What People Are Saying

  • “Right now as the Australian government transitions to digital, we need people with high-level strategic skills to work with business to manage digital information assets effectively across an organisation”

    David Fricker
    Director-General, The National Archives of Australia, October 2016

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