This conference is tailored to address the unique functional requirements of the public sector and has been specifically designed to benefit organisations at every stage of digital maturity. Furthermore, with the 2020 deadline right around the corner, this conference is an opportunity for Commonwealth Government to begin thinking beyond 2020.
What will you gain by attending this event?
- Insights from the National Archives of Australia about what to expect after the DC 2020 deadline
- Case Studies from leading government agencies on how to manage information held on multiple systems
- Strategies on how to better manage records and information throughout their lifecycle
- Ideas on how to consolidate many different policies and procedures into one consistent framework
- Embedding the value of record keeping and information management into employee culture and practice
Who will attend?
Directors, Managers and Officers from Commonwealth and State Government with responsibility for:
- Records Management
- Information Management
- Information Governance
- Digital Records
- Digital Information
- Knowledge Management
- Corporate Information
- Archive & Catalogue Management
Attend to learn:
- Go beyond DC 2020: Understand the National Archives’ new policy from 2021
- Overcome the challenges of interoperability & accessibility for effective RIM
- Develop frameworks for information governance
- Demonstrate the value of effective & efficient records management
National Archives of Australia
Department of Health
Department of Veteran's Affairs
Kathryn leads the CSIRO Records Services Business Partner team who work across CSIRO partnering with Researchers and Business Units in a strategic consultancy capacity to support management of information and records in an electronic environment. This requires collaboration with CSIRO Researchers and Business Units to understand their business workflows, document management and record keeping requirements in a variety of environments ranging from SharePoint, Outlook, Fileshares and TRIM.
Kathryn has worked in the field of records and information management since 1995, in Commonwealth government, Local Government and the private sector in SA and NSW. She has gained extensive experience in electronic document and records management systems and the ensuing change management issues surrounding implementation of new technology.
Kathryn’s various records and information management roles have included the development of recordkeeping policies and procedures; information architecture and governance for sharepoint sites and intranets, development, implementation and training of new EDRMs; research, design and implementation of business classification schemes; developing retention and disposal schedules, along with day to day records management functions.
Kathryn has also coordinated many multi-media entertainment events fusing art, music and technology. She has travelled widely throughout Australia and Asia; and has lived in England and Ireland.
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Outback Imaging The Home of EzeScan
Outback Imaging is a research and development company specialising in document capture and business process digitisation. EzeScan is Outback Imaging’s flagship document and information capture product suite. Our products enable clients to substantially reduce the cost of deploying data capture and information processing solutions for unstructured, semi-structured, structured hardcopy and electronic documents including email.
Outback Imaging is a privately held Australian-owned software research and development company headquartered in Brisbane. We develop and sell our own EzeScan software products. We do not develop custom software solutions or software products for third parties to own.
Castlepoint is a single solution to manage all of the records in your organisation. It registers every record in every business system, and uses Artificial Intelligence to classify it against a Records Authority and apply a sentence. It acts as a single pane of glass to find, relate, manage and audit every record in your network, no matter what system it is stored in – and it does this without any impact on your existing systems or your user base.
Document management professionals turn to DocsCorp when they are looking for easy-to-use software that empowers them to work safer and smarter. We are a global brand with more than 500,000 users in 67 countries who rely on our software every day. Our product portfolio is a list of must-have technologies that include email recipient checking, metadata cleaning, document comparison, PDF creation, and image file conversion to PDF, which can be accessed on the desktop, server or cloud.
Our products integrate out-of-the-box with leading enterprise content management systems to streamline processes and to drive business efficiency. We offer organizations a combination of on-premises and cloud integrations.
We work with industries that are document-centric to help them manage their most critical asset – documents. This includes Government Departments, Legal Services, Financial Services, and Technology companies. Find out about DocsCorp’s customers here. Our Product and Support teams are there every step of the way, from piloting to roll-out, training and providing technical support right when you need it.
useIT is a private company founded in New Zealand in 1992. FuseIT has a history of building enterprise content management systems but our real forte is complex systems integration. Our qualified and highly capable team of professionals have proven experience in consulting, business analysis, solution architecture, software development, integration and innovation.
FuseIT has provided professional services to corporations around the world. We understand how to effectively deliver services from a distance and have a developer resource network that spans the globe. We utilize a variety of technologies including SaaS (Software as a Service) and PaaS (Platform as a Service). One of our differentiators is the ability to fuse front-end web-based applications to disparate systems, often back-end legacy applications. Business value is maximized through the seamless integration of corporate websites and CRM platforms with internal lines of business systems.
What People Are Saying
“I would highly recommend Criterion Conferences for an information knowledge base, for their professionalism and support and fantastic networking opportunities!.”Department of Defence Digital Records & Information Management Conference 2018 Attendee
“It was useful to gain an appreciation of what other professionals dealing with similar issues were doing to progress digital information management maturity.”Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade Digital Records & Information Management Conference 2017 Attendee
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Endorsers & Media Partners
Information & 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
• enterprise content management
• document & records management
• robotic process automation
• knowledge management
• compliance & ediscovery
In every issue, there is a major feature on software & systems, analysing contemporary approaches to how information management is being applied in different industry sectors. IDM readership is across all levels of government, banking, finance, legal, health, architecture, engineering the media and manufacturing.
The Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIMPA) is the longest serving peak body for industry practitioners in the southern hemisphere. RIMPA actively promotes best practice, sets industry standards and fosters professional development across all business sectors and educational institutions.
Established in 1969, RIMPA is a not for profit association who represents over 2,000 professionals and organisations in the private sector, Commonwealth, Federal, State and Local Governments.
RIMPA has active Branches and Chapters operating in all states and territories across Australia and New Zealand.
Through it’s international partnerships with other peak bodies, RIMPA provides its members with access to an accomplished framework of professional associations.
RIMPA has strategic alliances with the Information Governance ANZ and Institute of Managers and Leaders (IML).
DAMA Australia Inc is an Australian association composed of state based branches. The organisation is governed at the national level by a National Executive made up of branches representatives. Each branch has its own committee responsible for local events.
DAMA Australia is part of the worldwide network of more than 60 DAMA chapters which form DAMA International.
DAMA Australia is dedicated to improving and promoting the field of Information Management.
- Promote the understanding and practice of managing information as a key enterprise asset.
- Help information management practitioners become more knowledgeable and skilled in their profession.
- Provide a forum for exchange of information, problems, ideas, experiences, resources, and questions.
- Conduct regular presentations on information management related topics.
- Promote the Data Management Body of Knowledge (DM BOK).
- Teach and administer the international certification program – Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP).