Federal Information and Records Managers Council

Wednesday, November 15, 2006   1:30-3:30
Federal Trade Commission
601 New Jersey Ave N.W.
Metro: Red Line - Union Station or Judiciary Square Exits

How Federal Information and Records Officers can plan  NOW to support
successful implementation of future E-Gov initiatives.


Public records are the foundation of effective citizen centered government.  Easy access and use of these diverse assets is crucial for productive interaction between federal agencies and the American taxpayer.  Recent electronic records initiatives for successfully implementing Federal Information Policy are underway at a number of federal agencies.   The speakers at this Program provide a unique perspective on the imperative to develop stronger partnerships between records managers,  librarians, web managers and other information professionals to address issues of shared responsibility.


Chas Phillips
Policy Counsel, U.S. House of Representatives
Committee on Government Reform

Daniel Costello
Senior Policy Analyst, Office of E-Government and Information Technology Policy
Office of Management and Budget

Fred Thompson
Vice President for Management & Technology
The Council for Excellence in Government

Dr. J. Timothy Sprehe
President, Sprehe Information Management Associates
Chair of AIIM C30 Standards Committee on Integrated EDMS/ERMS


RSVP -  Bonnie Curtin at  BCURTIN@ftc.gov.  Use FIRM in the subject line.

For further information, contact osrecords@ftc.gov.

There is no Charge for this Forum.

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