The Challenge of E-Discovery: How Can Government Proactively Prepare to Respond?

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Event Description

Among the critical responsibilities of government is the duty to make information available to the public.  Responding quickly to e-discovery, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, and internal investigations is critical to government transparency objectives, but the time and resources required to support these activities can result in significant resource challenges.

Can you identify and produce at a moment's notice the vital data and electronic records your organization relies upon to function and those that transparency laws and policies, including the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, may require you to produce?

Don’t Be Left Saying “I Know It’s Here Somewhere”

Join Governing and Symantec as we explore and highlight the challenges arising from the ever-changing environment of enterprise records, message and data management.

At this event you will learn:

  • How state and local governments are addressing their responsibility to ensure the integrity of the digital public record.
  • Techniques to ensure legal and information technology professionals are working together to ensure proper security, storage, identification and production of digital public records.
  • How enterprise message and file management systems allow state and local government to realize operational efficiencies and while helping to ensure legal responsiveness and compliance in a changing regulatory environment.
     

Speakers

Doug YoungDoug Young
Chief Information Officer
State of Missouri


 

 

Annie GoransonAnnie Goranson
Discovery Attorney
Symantec


 

 

Todd SanderTodd Sander
Deputy Director
Center for Digital Government


 

Sponsor

Symantec