Archive for May, 2009
Good morning everyone. Today is the big day. RACO 2009 is underway and Laurence Brewer is now introducing this blog and the twitter account to all of the attendees. Hello everyone.
One of the highlights of RACO is the presentation of the Archivist Achievement Awards. These awards recognize Federal agencies who have achieved some notable success in their records managenent programs or activities that have significantly benefited the agency as a whole. This year the awards will be presented by the Acting Archivist Adrienne C. Thomas [...]
After lunch, RACO 2009 will focus on practical case studies and examples of social media already being used by our colleagues in the Federal government. These sessions will provide both background on policy development and real-world examples of how these collaborative tools are already being used in a variety of ways. Jeffrey Levy, Director of [...]
A week from now, RACO 2009 will be underway. We’ve already highlighted the keynote speaker Beth Noveck. But what can you expect from the rest of our program? Let’s take a more detailed look at the morning sessions. First on the schedule is the welcome from fellow blogger Laurence Brewer. Laurence will open RACO 2009 [...]
We are very excited to have Beth Noveck as the keynote speaker at RACO 2009, our 21st annual Federal records administrators’ conference at the Reagan Building on Thursday, May 28th. To get a flavor of her presentation, see below: Beth is currently on leave from New York Law School to help lead President Obama’s openness [...]
Welcome! This is the National Archives and Records Administration’s (NARA) blog to discuss all things RACO. This year’s Washington, DC area RACO is going to be held on May 28, 2009 at the Ronald Reagan Building. Our theme for this year is “Collaborating Across Boundaries: Government Records and Social Media” and this blog is one [...]
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