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Announcing Publication of The Sedona Conference Commentary on Defensible Disposition

The Sedona Conference and its Working Group 1 on Electronic Document Retention & Production (WG1) are delighted to announce the publication of the Commentary on Defensible Disposition. While updating the 2014 Commentary on Information Governance, WG1 recognized there was a need to provide guidan...

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Announcing Publication of The Sedona Conference Commentary on Information Governance, Second EditionĀ 

The Sedona Conference and its Working Group 1 on Electronic Document Retention & Production (WG1) are delighted to announce the publication of The Sedona Conference Commentary on Information Governance, Second Edition. The public comment version of this Second Edition was published in October 20...

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Meeting Presentation Slides Now Available

If you missed the February Chapter Meeting, you can now access the slide deck. Click here.

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New Chapter Sponsors!

We are pleased to announce that we have three new Chapter Sponsors. Please help us welcome these sponsors to the chapter by talking and visiting with them at meetings. The new sponsors are: Native Command Conulting, Inc. - Native Command Consulting (NCC) is 100% Native American-Owned and Operated,...

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ICRM ProfessioNotes Newsletter | 2018 Year In Review

Click here to read the latest ProfessioNotes Newsletter from the Institute of Certified Records Managers (ICRM).

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ARMA Student Discount is now LIVE!

ARMA officially launched a professional membership discount just for full-time students. This opens the door for students to begin exploring their careers while having all the support and benefits of professional membership. The cost? As little as $25 per year. The value to a career? Priceless. No...

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ARMA International Announces Merger with Information Coalition and InfoGov Con along with other changes

October 9th, 2018 By IG GURU During a call to ARMA Members today, Jocelyn Gunter, CEO of ARMA International, announced a merger with the Information Coalition and InfoGov Con. Information Coalitions Founder, Nick Inglis, will be ARMA’s ...

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ICRM's Book Store on Facebook!

Dear ICRM Members and Candidates: ICRM has recently created a "Book Store" on Facebook. The "Book Store" is a way to buy, swap or share RIM publications between candidates or members. As a CRM you may have publications that you do not use routinely that may be helpful to a CRM or CRA candidate....

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ARMA Chapter Meeting Date Change! PLEASE READ!

* Note the new day of week for our Chapter's meetings. We will hold meetings on the second Wednesday of each month instead of the third Thursday. Please make a note of this on your calendar and share with your colleagues! Thank you!

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ARMA Arizona Chapter Brochure 2018-2019



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The Sedona Conference and its Working Group 1 on Electronic Document Retention & Production (WG1) are delighted to announce the publication of The Sedona Conference Commentary on Information Governance, Second Edition. The public comment version of this Second Edition was published in October 2018. The editors carefully considered the comments received during the public comment period and, where appropriate, incorporated them into this final version.

In 2014, The Sedona Conference published its first edition of the Commentary on Information Governance which recommended a top-down, overarching framework guided by the requirements and goals of all stakeholders that enables an organization to make decisions about information for the good of the overall organization and consistent with senior management’s strategic directions. This Second Edition of the Commentary on Information Governance (“Second Edition”) accounts for the changes and advances in technology and law over the past four years; underscores the role of IG as part of and complimentary to the business, rather than something separate that adds overhead; and emphasizes the costs of eDiscovery which should drive organizations to focus on IG on the front end, resulting in eDiscovery that is more efficient, less painful, and which allows the organization to reap additional benefits from a business perspective. Additionally, this Second Edition also incorporates the knowledge and guidance embodied in the new and updated Sedona commentaries since 2014 such as The Sedona Principles, Third Edition and The Sedona Conference Principles and Commentary on Defensible Disposition.

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