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March Meeting

March 19, 2019
11:00 AM MDT - 1:00 PM MDT
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PPA Event Center
2105 Decatur Street
Denver, CO 80211
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Audits, Assessments, and Analysis – Toward a Transformational IG Program

The goal of a well-developed, defensible Information Governance program is a solid policy foundation, with everyone in compliance, and to be able to demonstrate that compliance.  But what if people are not complying?  How do you know and what can you measure? Which compliance strategies are the best fit for your company’s culture? 

This session will help you:

  • develop an assessment process to monitor IG policy compliance in your organization.

  • demonstrate adherence to the Principles of Accountability, Compliance, Retention, Disposition, and Transparency.

  • capture appropriate metrics and use them to paint a risk-based picture of company compliance.

  • leverage internal partners to create compliance incentives.


Stephanie McCutcheon, CRM, IGP

Stephanie McCutcheon, CRM, IGP is a Principal Consultant within the Governance, Risk and Compliance practice of Ricoh USA’s Enterprise Consulting Services. An experienced information governance professional, Stephanie has accumulated 18 years as a practitioner in the oil and gas, electricity, financial services, and manufacturing industries. Her areas of expertise include strategic information governance, enterprise content management, legal and regulatory compliance, risk mitigation, and information protection.

Stephanie earned a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Denver, and has taught a records and information management course at her alma mater since 2013.

PPA Event Center
Address: 2105 Decatur St, Denver, CO 80211
Business Partner Workshop: 11:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.
Meeting Registration/Lunch: 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m
Meeting Presentation: 12:00 - 12:50 p.m.
Wrap-up: 12:50 - 1:00 p.m.

How Automation Can Make A Records Manager’s Life Easier

As data volumes continue to rise, the “workarounds” organizations use to manage the massive amount of information they receive, and produce are no longer working. That becomes very clear when a record management team must comply with a large Freedom of Information Act or a due diligence request and then retrieve those required records. This presentation will provide insights on how to manage data more effectively using automation.

Charles Weidman, President & CTO
[email protected](303) 669-4101

Mr. Weidman is an expert in the design, development, implementation, and delivery of distributed client/server and n-tier solutions for enterprise content management & services, business process management, financial process automation, robotic process automation and customer engagement. Through Buddha Logic, the company he founded in 2003, he works both with government entities and private sector companies.  The systems he architect's help these organizations streamline data intake, processing, and storage, improve tracking, simplify retrieval, minimize human intervention and reduce error rates. In designing solutions, he leverages state-of-the-art data manipulation and repository software, creating customized integrations and process flows as needed to meet client business goals.  Projects recently completed include high profile engagements with the City and County of Denver, the Denver Regional Transportation District, (RTD), Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, (CHFA) Ball Corporation, Pinnacol Assurance, County of Boulder, Douglas County, Church Pension Group, McCarren Airport, Data Connect, and other growing businesses in the Western States.



A very special thank you to this month's Business Partner Gold Level meeting sponsor!




A very special thank you to this month's Business Partner Silver Level meeting sponsor!




$30.00 Member Registration
$35.00 after 10:00 am March 15

$35.00 Non-Member Registration
$40.00 after 10:00 am March 15

$25.00 Non-Member Student or Retiree
$30.00 after 10:00 am March 15