Posts Tagged ‘strategic recordkeeping’

Digital transformation in NSW Government: recordkeeping opportunities and risks August 17, 2017 No Comments

“Digital transformation” is a priority of the NSW Government. Transitioning from manual and paper-based processes to automated and digitally enabled processes is expected to simplify and streamline the work of government, as digital transactions and processes are generally faster, more convenient and more efficient. But digital transformation also creates information risks. Last week I spoke at a […]

State Records congratulates Barbara Reed on national Standards Australia award August 7, 2012 No Comments

  Barbara Reed at Standards Australia ceremony, 1 June 2012 (Barbara is fourth from the right) We are extremely pleased to report that Barbara Reed’s enormous contribution to records management standards development has been officially recognised by Standards Australia. On 1 June 2012 Barbara was awarded the Meritorious Contribution Award (International) at ceremony in Melbourne. […]

Our manifesto for good recordkeeping and key ways to achieve it! July 4, 2012 2 Comments

Kate and I spoke at the NSW Records Managers’ Forum yesterday. We had a lot of interest in our blog post for International Archives Day, Our Our top 5 – Why recordkeeping is awesome!  So, for the Forum, we chose to expand on this theme, and develop a bit of a ‘manifesto’ for good recordkeeping and to […]