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If the RIM Program does not have annual reporting,  

the Principle of Accountability is not being met.  

But what should we be reporting on?

Key Performance Indicators are the hottest buzzwords, but are they actually useful?

Join Stacie Barclay, Ken Oldenburger and David Young as each of us give a few minutes of our own thoughts on the topic.

Followed by an open discussion with you, moderated by Rick Stirling. We will take notes and put together a sample report for all to use.

Stacie Barclay

Stacie has cultivated a 23-year career in records and information management (RIM) in provincial, municipal, and regional district settings, spanning BC and Alberta.   What first started as a job to feed her passion for organization, quickly turned into a progressive career.  Her experience is rooted in RIM program implementation; lifecycle management; organization wide training; records centre management; digitization program implementation; strategic planning; FOI and privacy; and the unexpected in between.  Stacie has been a Certified Records Manager (CRM) through the Institute of Certified Records Managers since 2017.

Ken Oldenburger

Ken has provided records and information management (RIM) consulting services for over twenty-five years to provincial, territorial, regional, municipal and First Nations governments. He has also worked with societies, private corporations and universities. His experience involves essentially every aspect of RIM, including filing; disposition processing; developing policies and procedures; assessing, planning and implementing RIM programs; customizing RIM manuals, designing or amending records classification and retention schedules (RCRS); and providing RIM training at all levels. Ken is a founding member and current president of the award-winning Vancouver Island Chapter of ARMA International.

David Young

For the past 10 years Dave has been the (inaugural) Record Management Archivist for the University of Victoria, responsible for the records management program there.  Prior to that, he was the Supreme Commander at David A. Young Consulting Services, providing consulting services in Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy and Records Management, his clients included provincial, municipal and first nations government organizations.  Prior to that he was the Records Manager and FOI guy for the Ministry of Finance in the BC provincial government.  He is past-president and current board member of ARMA Vancouver Island.

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