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Aligning Systems Development and Implementation with Your Organization's RIM Requirements
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This session will offer you guidance to increase the odds of compliance with your organization's RIM goals Takeaways: RIM critical partners must be involved in the SDLC process (waterfall or agile) from the earliest stages in order to ensure systems properly manage information asset across the information lifecycle. And more.

2/18/2020
When: Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Where: Denver
United States
Presenter: Tod Chernikoff
Contact: Jennie Gift
https://armadenver.org/meetinginfo.php?id=41&ts=15

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Synopsis: What does it take to ensure systems you develop or acquire align with your RIM requirements? This session will offer you guidance to increase the odds of compliance with your organization's RIM goals Takeaways: -RIM critical partners must be involved in the SDLC process (waterfall or agile) from the earliest stages in order to ensure systems properly manage information asset across the information lifecycle. -As part of the SDLC process your RIM program must build, maintain and update, as needed, a framework in order to provide current requirements information and manage your part of the review process. -Not all systems are able to adequately manage and disposition records and information. The process created must also be able to review and grant exceptions and suggest work arounds when issues arise. The Story: Over 20 years ago I realized the disconnect between those who bought/built systems and compliance with records and information management requirements. Now I my time is spent making that connection. This story began in 2000 with an awareness of a gap I saw when I started working around software developers and how it is now being filled through the work I do on a daily basis. Intended Outcome: Understand the importance of making sure the systems used to process and manage information assets are properly created and configured to properly retain and disposition records and information.

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