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Jason R. Baron, Co-Chair, Information Governance Initiative, Drinker Biddle

The next step in the evolution of records management may come from the non-profit sector. And the help will include some people who are pretty experienced with the federal government. Your agency doesn't have to meet its records management obligations by itself. The private sector and nonprofits want to help. Jason Baron is co-chair of the Information Governance Initiative, of counsel for Drinker Biddle, and former director of litigation for the National Archives and Records Administration. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he explained some solutions for information governance.

Tags: Drinker Biddle , In Depth

Thursday - 01/29/2015, 04:23pm EST
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Cloud computing e-discovery risks a concern

The Justice Department and NARA are paying close attention to GSA, USDA and others in how they implement email and data storage on private sector clouds. Agencies should address potential data storage, collection and access issues during the development of the solicitation.

Tags: Technology , Allison Stanton , DoJ , NARA , e-discovery , Cloud computing , Records management , FedSMC , Jason Miller

Tuesday - 04/12/2011, 07:28am EDT
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National Archives attorney offers e-mail counsel

Current federal regulations are fairly explicit on the kinds of federal agency records that must be kept by law. But what happens when the law hasn't kept up with changes in communications in the Internet age? A government attorney who has helped almost every federal agency comply with records management regulations addresses a recent National Archives conference.

Tags: management , best practices , NARA , Records Administration Conference , Director of Litigation for the Office of General , records , e-mail , Electronic Message Preservation Act , Max Cacas

Monday - 05/17/2010, 06:43am EDT
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NARA: how to access interactive democracy from your couch

President Obama has called for transparency and collaboration. But can "Government 2.0" technologies build a new kind of participatory democracy?

Tags: NARA , William G. McGowan Forum on Communications, Techno , Web 2.0 , interactive democracy

Thursday - 11/05/2009, 10:30am EST
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