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Thursday, August 16 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
305 - Making Policy Work: Creating and Implementing Information Guidance in the Age of Open Government [RIM]

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Government records managers must create an information policy framework to fit a variety of agencies. Those agencies must then tailor the policy to work in their organizations and support their primary mission. If your institution creates or implements policy for a diverse stakeholder community, come hear a panel of information professionals discuss lessons learned when creating and implementing records and information management policy at the local, state, and federal government levels. Moderator: Christopher Magee

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Christopher Magee

Archives Specialist, National Archives and Records Administration
Christopher currently works on the Records Management Policy and Outreach Team at the National Archives and Records Administration. His work primarily focuses on drafting and publishing policy to improve federal records and information management. He is based out of NARA's Denver... Read More →


Sheilah F. Brous

Director, Office of Policy and Regulations, Maryland Department of Transportation

Wendy Couch

Departmental Records Officer, Department of Commerce
Wendy Couch has over 25 years of government experience, including program management. Wendy has been the Department of Commerce Chief Records Officer since 2013, and is a co-founder of the Federal Records Officer Network (FRON).

Gail Snow

Records and Information Manager, King County Records and Archives, Seattle
Gail Snow has been serving as King County's Records and Information Manager since 2012. Her work includes developing policy and guidance to promote the implementation of records management best practices throughout the county.

Thursday August 16, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Washington 2, [Exhibition Level]