Greater Washington DC ARMA Chapter's March Meeting : LUSENET : Federal Information and Records Managers Council : One Thread

Date: March 21, 2001

Time: 8:30AM - 10:00AM

Topic: Getting Your House in Order: What to Do Before Installing an ERM System

Location: Holiday Inn Filibuster Restaurant 1155 14th Street, NW Washington, DC

Meal: Continental Breakfast

Metro: Nearest metro stop is McPherson Square (exit at 14th Street exit and walk three blocks north of the station)

Cost: $15.00 members / $20.00 non-members


RSVP: Go to by Friday, March 16, 2001

Sponsored by: Tower Software

Topic Description: Don't wait until the new electronic records management system arrives on your doorstep to start taking action. There are many steps to take before and after the decision to purchase is made. This presentation will discuss what it takes to succeed, where to start, what can go wrong, and how to measure success.

Speaker Bio: Rachel Senner Van Wingen is a Senior Information Consultant with TOWER Software in Reston, Virginia. She has nearly three decades of experience in the information field, including library science, government documents, information policy, Internet content management, and records and information management. She has lived and worked in Japan, England and Eastern Europe. Prior to joining TOWER Software in January 2000, she was the Agency Records Officer at the US Environmental Protection Agency. Ms Van Wingen earned two advanced degrees, an MS in Library Service from Columbia University and a Masterís in Public Policy from Georgetown University.

Plan to attend the GWDC ARMA Chapter's annual seminar featuring Don Avedon on April 2, 2001. The seminar is entitled "Electronic Imaging: A to Z"

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