Overcoming the challenges of digital RIM
Conference Date
18th & 19th October 2017
Location
Canberra Rex Hotel
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Day 1 - Wednesday 18th October, 2017

8:30
Registration, coffee & networking
9:00
Opening remarks from the Chair
Andrew Owen
Repository Manager, Resources Division, National Offshore Petroleum Data & Core Repository
Geoscience Australia
Information governance & security
9:10
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: The transformation of records & information management
  • Moving from record keeping as compliance to a business benefit
  • Seeing information as a valuable business asset
  • Implementing good governance and systems to manage this asset
Anne Lyons
Assistant Director-General Information Policy & System
National Archives of Australia
9:50
Establishing procedures to protect information
  • Developing a risk based approach
  • Ensuring records and information are secure
  • Avoiding inadvertently making digital records inaccessible
  • Declassifying or downgrading records when protection is no longer needed
Berceuse Bindle
Director Defence Web and Records Policy
Department of Defence
10:30
SPEED NETWORKING

In this interactive session you will have the opportunity to meet all the delegates in short 60 second bursts, exchange business cards and set up valuable conversations for the rest of the event.

11:10
Morning tea & networking
11:40
Pathway to digital transformation – Are you Governance Enabled?
  • Levels of Organisation Digital Maturity
  • Discover, Cleanse and Classify content to be Governance Ready
  • Maximise value through business process automation
Dean Beatty
General Manager, Digital Solutions, Grace Information & Records Management
Grace Worldwide
Ensuring successful outcomes in digital records
12:10
Moving in the digital world – breaking down the barriers
Monique Nielsen
Assistant Director, Commonwealth Information Policy Collection Management
The National Archives of Australia
12:50
Networking lunch
1:50
Getting to Yes in EDRMS: platform and principles for better records and information management
  • The case for evolutionary change
  • An optimal EDRM platform architecture to drive business efficiency
  • Principles for positive change in records and information management
Matt Jordan
Principal Consultant
iCognition
2:20
NOPIMS – The authoritative source for data
  • Data and information management foundations for geoscientific digital and physical assets
  • Providing single data discovery and a delivery platform across multiple jurisdictions for stakeholders
  • Combining the strengths of associated Government agencies
Andrew Owen
Repository Manager, Resources Division, National Offshore Petroleum Data & Core Repository
Geoscience Australia
3:00
Afternoon tea & networking
3:30
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

Delegates will break into groups and discuss key challenges in digital records and information management:

  • Strategies to engage management in digital RM
  • Methods to increase end user adoption
  • How to simplify and speed up data entry
  • Ensuring compliance and accountability without the user burden
  • Improving digital RIM with technology
4:10
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of day one
4:30
Networking Drinks

Day 2 - Thursday 19th October, 2017

8:30
Welcome, coffee & networking
9:00
Opening remarks from the Chair
Allan Connelly-Hansen
Information Management & Governance Specialist
Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade
Information governance & security
9:10
The Information Panopticon: Keeping information in view & under control in a big-data world
  • The philosophies of Information Governance
  • How do we identify and control the sources and formats of information coming into the organisation?
  • What does the future of IG look like at the ANAO?
Joshua Pearse
Formerly Agency Records Manager Corporate Information Services
Australian National Audit Office
9:50
How to meet the functional requirements for records management in business systems by 2020
  • Why the four current approaches to managing government records in Business Information Systems are challenging
  • The ‘fifth option’ – providing full continuum management of records in dozens of agency systems, without impacting existing platforms
Gavin McKay
Principal – Technology
Castlepoint Systems
Rachael Greaves
Principal – Business
Castlepoint Systems
10:20
Morning tea & networking
10:50
Transitioning from entirely paper-based to 95% digital
  • Overcoming reluctance, and a lack of confidence
  • Supporting the transition through education and communication
  • Showcasing the benefits of digital workflows
Kate McCowage
Information Manager
AUSTRAC
11:30
PANEL DISCUSSION: Is a Whole-of-Government approach achievable for Digital RIM?
Simone Boulding
Manager, Information Management, Digital Strategy and Operations, Corporate Network
Department of Industry, Innovation & Science
Joshua Pearse
Formerly Agency Records Manager Corporate Information Services
Australian National Audit Office
Craig Reilly
Chief Information Officer
Federal Court of Australia
12:10
Networking lunch
Establishing a digital culture
1:10
User centric approaches to digital documents management
  • Understanding employees concerns with digital documents management
  • Increasing awareness and accountability of information management
  • Including non-records management staff in decisions and implementation
Rebecca Lee
General Manager, Government Services Branch, Digital Strategy & Operations
Department of Industry, Innovation & Science
1:50
Developing a cultural shared service centre
  • Developing experience to assist other government agencies
  • Standardising an EDRMS system across the agency
  • Assisting staff in transition and when incidents occur
Mike Webb
Chief Information Officer
National Museum of Australia
2:30
Afternoon tea & networking
3:00
The strategic & opportunistic approach to Information Governance
  • Identifying gaps in records management, record keeping practices, business systems and your IG framework
  • Formulating a realistic strategy and practical opportunistic methodology to address shortfalls
  • Implementing in accordance with the Digital Continuity 2020 Policy
Allan Connelly-Hansen
Information Management & Governance Specialist
Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade
3:40
Implementing a fully digital records system
  • Transitioning to electronic court files
  • Enabling simultaneous access to files
  • Benefits for the organisation
Craig Reilly
Chief Information Officer
Federal Court of Australia
4:20
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of conference
Workshop A: How to build a robust information governance framework
Tuesday 17th October 2017, 9:00am – 3:00pm

The workshop:

Information governance is the foundation for managing information assets across an organisation to support its business outcomes and meet legislative and compliance requirements. It involves having models, strategies, and frameworks in place to meet regulatory, legal, risk and operational requirements. Good information governance provides substantial benefits to an organisation.

This workshop provides for discussions with your industry peers plus includes exercises to flesh out what an IG model might look like in your organisation.

Why attend this workshop?

  • Discover how to develop and implement an information governance model and framework
  • Ensure information governance forms part of the overall corporate governance agenda

What you will take away by attending?

  • An understanding of what information governance is
  • An information governance model and framework
  • A strategy and roadmap for introducing information governance
  • Change management approaches to promoting good information governance

*Refreshments & lunch provided

Price: $999 + GST

Sheryl Mapp
Records, Information Management and Information Governance Specialist
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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