With the right tools and expertise, agencies can greatly reduce waste and duplication in maintaining voluminous government data, and better comply with federal regulations for e-discovery. Government courts fully expect agencies to intelligently and systematically apply repeatable, defensible e-discovery processes that comply with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) without foot-dragging or excuses. In fact, increasingly stringent federal oversight is forcing agencies to improve how they manage information resources of all kinds.
Attend this live 1-hour webinar to gain insights on how best to comply with mandates, including the Presidential Directive on Managing Government Records, the Administration’s ‘Freeze the Footprint’ mandate, FOIA, and other initiatives. Also learn how your organization can incorporate key best practices related to the organization, automation, and searching of data sets to help streamline information management and more readily adapt to meet collection and preservation requirements for e-discovery.
Our panel of experts includes:
- Allison Stanton, Director of E-Discovery, FOIA, and Records, Office of the Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice
- Donald Rosen, Policy Enforcement and Analysis Director, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
- Lisa Haralampus, Federal Records Management Policy Director, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
- Wesley Ellis, Consulting Manager, Guidance Software’s Professional Services Group
If you are unsure if you can attend the live webinar, as long as you register today you will receive a link for accessing the archive for on-demand viewing at your convenience.