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Presenter materials now available for Archives’ Spring Conference, “A Records Officer’s Toolkit: Resources and Strategies for Success”

April 24, 2015

Thank You!



A generous thank you to all 180+ of you who attended yesterday’s conference event. Despite the last minute change in venue we had a full room!

A special thank you to our presenters:
Brant Hanson from Ephraim City who facilitated a lively discussion on the vital role of records officers and how to gain executive level support for records management.

Shari Hunsaker from the Department of Health. Bureau of Emergency Medical Services who shared her success story in updating record series and retention schedules.

Chris Calton from Central Utah Water Conservancy District who shared how she used John Wayne and co-workers as actors to create fun, educational training for all 117 agency employees and increase training participation from 50% to 100%.

Paul Tonks from the Attorney General’s Office who engaged us in learning about the 2015 legislative updates for SB 157.

Renée Wilson from the Utah State Archives who took us on a tour of the Open Records Portal and previewed some coming attractions.

Conference presentations and handouts are available on the Archives’ website: http://archives.utah.gov/recordsmanagement/event-materials.html

Tell us how we did!

Complete a short survey to tell us what you liked about yesterday’s event and what you want to see at future events: http://goo.gl/forms/7ofC5A5PVL .

Save the date on Thursday, October 22, 2015 for our electronic records conference, registration is open:http://axaem.archives.utah.gov/cgi-bin/traininglist.cgi .

  1. Laurie Leib
    April 29, 2015 at 3:36 pm

    This is Laurie Leib from DEQ. We are still having a problem with the fact that I am the GRAMA Coordinator, but we actually 7 different divisions that handle their own GRAMA requests because each has their own set of files due to what they take care of on a daily basis. So… these divisions would be:
    Air Quality (AQ) GRAMA contact – Linda Gould
    Drinking Water (DW) GRAMA contact – Melissa Copfer
    Environmental Response & Remediation (ERR) GRAMA contact – Melissa Ottley
    Radiation Control (DRC) GRAMA Contact – Rusty Lundberg
    Solid & Hazardous Waste (SHW) GRAMA contact – Jerry Rogers
    Water Quality (WQ) GRAMA contact – Marsha Case

    At the meeting it was mentioned that we need these different divisions somehow listed under DEQ so they can know when their divisions have a request. Let me know what I can do on my end.

    I was glad that I had gone to learn the different things that were said. Thought it was fascinating how Chris Calton was so clever in getting her people to learn GRAMA items and enjoy doing it as well as attending. The meeting was very informative on what is happening and what will be happening down the road for the future. Thank you for doing this.

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