“When the E-Doc is the Official Record: Developing Procedures and Determining What to Do with Paper”
Join me in Ottawa on January 23, 2013 at Infonex’s Managing E-Records in Canada’s Public Sector conference as I co-present “When the E-Doc is the Official Record: Developing Procedures and Determining What to Do with Paper” with Iona Mitchell from the Ontario College of Teachers.
This case study will explore how the Membership Records Unit is implementing a new policy declaring the electronic document the official document of the College. It will also discuss new/revised protocols and processes for managing paper source documents including scanning standards, quality assurance, security, and disaster prevention and recovery. And it will address the disposition of paper documents that were digitized prior to the development and implementation of the new/revised procedures.
The early bird registration deadline (a $300 savings) ends on Friday (Dec. 21). For more information or to register, please visit http://www.infonex.ca/1047/overview.shtml