Date & Time: Thursday, May 10, 2018 | 1PM - 2PM EST
Themes: Electronic Records | Archives | System Procurement | Standardization
Overview: With the big push in the Federal Government to modernize IT, use shared services, and more efficiently spend Federal funds through streamlined acquisition processes, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) created the Federal Electronic Records Modernization Initiative (FERMI). With FERMI, NARA seeks to help agencies improve the way they acquire electronic records management tools and services. NARA intends for FERMI to help Federal agencies meet the Managing Government Records Directive target to manage all permanent records electronically by December 2019 and the new goal in the draft NARA Strategic plan to no longer accept analog records by December 2022.
This presentation will talk about the key projects produced by FERMI, including the Universal ERM Requirements, a new ERM contract vehicle partnership with the General Services Administration (GSA), and using GSA’s Unified Shared Services Management office’s Federal Integrated Business Framework (FIBF) to include ERM in shared services used across government through the development of use cases. Come learn about how NARA is helping agencies transition to digital government and begin thinking about how state and local governments can build off of the work the federal government is doing
Duration: 45-60 minutes
Price: FREE for Members | $19.00 for Non-Members
CREDITS: 1 CRM Credit PENDING (ICRM) | 1 LGARA Certificate Credit
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