Posts Tagged ‘Digital Implementers Group’

Taking a risk-based approach to recordkeeping June 26, 2017 No Comments

State Archives and Records NSW advises that high risk business areas in each organisation should be priorities for information management activity. By identifying its high risk business areas, an organisation can identify and mitigate any information-related risks these areas might face. At last week’s meeting of the Digital Implementers Group, the members talked about how […]

Welcome to Information Awareness Month 2017 #IAM_2017 May 5, 2017 No Comments

May is Information Awareness Month (IAM). The purpose of IAM is to increase public awareness of information and its place in all aspects of daily life. This year’s theme is “The Information Professional – Towards 2020.” To celebrate IAM, we will be posting all about the information profession. So keep an eye on the blog […]

On information risks, training, and digital recordkeeping issues March 8, 2017 No Comments

Last week we had our first Digital Implementers‘ Group meeting for 2017. We gave a preview of our new workshop – Introduction to Information Risk Assessment, which set the tone of the meeting. The Workshop The workshop is designed to help participants understand the risk assessment process within the context of the Standard on records […]

Digital Implementers Group – E-Approvals June 14, 2016 No Comments

Last week, the Digital Implementers Group, met at their regular six weekly meeting. A diverse group attended from various tiers of government to discuss E-approvals and associated challenges. Some members have already started the process and others want to learn more.