Records Management in the Cloud: A Government Perspective

  • Thu, January 24, 2013
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Texas Dept. of Public Safety, 5805 N. Lamar, Bldg. E, CLE Auditorium, Austin, TX 78752


  • AWT Members who are not Public Sector Employees
  • Non-Members of AWT who are not Public Sector Employees
  • AWT Member and Non-Member Public Sector Employees
Please join us for an Austin Women in Technology – Government Educational Lunch, sponsored by OpenText.

Records Management in the Cloud: A Government Perspective

Speaker:  Carol Brock

Learn about the recently awarded Department of Interior, Office of the CIO, $53 million cloud contract to provide a department-wide eMail, Records, eDiscovery and Document Management System (eERDMS).  This is the largest Federal Sector implementation of its kind.  It was completed in 45 days. 

eERDMS is the first Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA) moderate-compliant, software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud solution that addresses an entire Cabinet Federal Agency.  This solution is believed to be the first enterprise auto classification implementation in the federal marketplace!!  The system will provide the Department with a single cohesive integrated information governance platform designed to support and manage employees' records related to email, content and information, independently, fixed, or mobile.  All web-based software for employees, anywhere, on any departmental device.

SPEAKER BIO: Carol Brock is a Certified Records Manager and the Records Management Expert for IQBG.  She is also a Research Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin working on a Ph.D. in Digital Preservation.  She is currently working with the Department of Interior to implement enterprise-wide content management official records schedules, auto-categorization and eDiscovery support.  Ms. Brock is the former Director of Information Assets for the US Government Accountability Office.  She successfully spearheaded a NARA pilot project for simplified records scheduling and implemented an enterprise-wide electronic recordkeeping system for which she earned the National Archivist's Achievement Award.  She has 27 years of Federal RM experience as a contractor, consultant, and federal employee.

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