(WEBINAR) "Standing Up Info Governance in State Government"

This webinar discusses what information governance is, how it differs from data governance, and the purpose and role of an information governance council... (READ MORE)





TITLE: "Standing Up Information Governance in State Government: A Case Study"

OVERVIEW: In 2021 the Texas Legislature required state agencies to implement a data management program to oversee data assets. To comply, Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) convened an information governance council to manage its data assets as part of its newly created information governance strategy.

The presenters will discuss their successes, challenges, and lessons learned after 2 years transitioning TSLAC to an information governance approach to managing data, information, and records, and future plans to model this program for other state agencies and local governments. This webinar introduces information governance from the presenter's practical experience, implementing the approach to revise active agency policies and procedures. They will highlight the importance of records management as a stakeholder group for effective information governance, and explain key concepts such as information governance, data governance, and data management maturity model in the context of modifying an organization’s approach to information instead of theoretically. 

Webinar attendees will come away from this presentation with an understanding of what information governance is and how it differs from data governance and the purpose and role of an information governance council.

DATE & TIME: Thursday, July 11th, 2024 | 1:00PM ET | 12:00PM CT | 11:00AM MT | 10:00AM PT

DURATION: 45-60 Minutes

PRICE: FREE for Members; $39.00 for Non-Members

CREDITS: Preapproved for 1.0 ARC (Academy of Certified Archivists), 1.0 IGP (ARMA International), and 1.0 Study Hour (GARA Certificate Program).

GARA CERTIFICATE CORE COMPETENCY AREA: "Program Establishment and Administration"

PRESENTERS: Craig Kelso, Director, State and Local Records Management, State Records Administrator | Bonnie Zuber, Records and Information Manager | Joshua Clark, Program Planning and Research Specialist, Texas State Library and Archives Commission


   
Craig Kelso     Bonnie Zuber     Joshua Clark
 
Craig Kelso, CRM is the State Records Administrator and Division Director of the SLRM program at TSLAC. Since joining the division in 2012, he has worked to simplify the intake process and upgrade the network infrastructure at the State Records Center; upgraded the records tracking system; worked to expand digital imaging services; and encourages the increased use of online resources for records management training including online webinars, blog posts, and YouTube videos.

Prior to moving to Austin, he served as an Electronic Records Archivist, then Director of the Missouri State Records Management Program. As an Electronic Records Archivist he assisted state agencies in the management of their records through training, consulting, and creating or updating retention schedules. As Director, he managed daily operations and tackled several large projects to modernize operations in the records center and imaging unit.
Craig is a member of ARMA International and National Association of Government Archivists and Records Administrators. He has an undergraduate degree in history from Missouri State University, and master’s degrees in History and Business Administration from West Virginia University.


After beginning her career in public libraries, Bonnie Zuber transitioned to records management in the private sector, then ultimately ended up in Austin working for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. In her role as Records and Data Manager, she supports agency staff by providing consulting and training, as well as initiatives to integrate new technologies and processes. Non-professional interests include photography, gardening, and collecting vinyl and tattoos.

Joshua Clark is the Program Planning and Research Specialist at Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) where he co-organizes the annual e-Records Conference and compiles the biennial Report of Reports. He has a J.D. from Emory University and a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin.

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7/11/2024 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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