MAV Local Government Information Governance Group Minutes and Agendas 2012 – 2018

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Minutes and Agendas are uploaded with accompanying documents within 2 weeks of meetings being held. If you would like to attend a meeting as a guest, or to present a topic please contact: R.Edge@cardinia.vic.gov.au   Minutes and Agendas 2018- 2019 2018 MAV LGIG Committee Meeting 20 July 2018 MAV LGIG Minutes General Meeting inc AGM 20 July 2018 MAV LGIG …

Records Management in the News – May – July 2018

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Robotics, automation and artifical intelligence continue to feature heavily in the news, talk back radio and in documentaries and entertainment. I remember being enthralled with Star Trek, their social structure, their technological advances in medicine, communication, travel and adventure as they discovered new worlds and better ways of living.  Star Trek technology was a dream and far fetched, and yet …

3.1.1 Agenda and Minutes 2016 – 2018

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Agendas and Minutes of Local Government Information Governance Group meetings are maintained by the Secretary of the MAV LGIG, Kristy Matthies. Included with the minutes are documents and presentations discussed at each meeting. Members Meeting July 20 2018  Agenda MAV LGIG AGM 2018 07 20 Agenda MAV LGIG Members Meeting and Workshop 2018 07 20 Agenda MAV LGIG Committee Meeting 2018 07 …

Information Governance ToolKit and Minutes of April and June LGIG Meetings

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Information Governance is critical is a post paper dependent and transforming digital world. More than ever information can easily expose organisations and individuals when security is poor and the value of data is misunderstood. A good information governance strategy that is implemented and effectively applied across the organisation can save much grief. A good starting point to understanding your needs …

Information Governance Framework Documents

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In 2016 members of the MAV Local Government Information Governance Group held two workshops to collaborate with eAssure on developing an Information Governance Framework. Information has been collated from various sources, including: PROV, NAA, DPPC, councils and business. The documents produced will inform us on management of shared cloud solutions, business systems records management integrity and support consistency of practice …

Records Management in the News – March April 2016

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We keep hearing the term ‘Information Tsunami’ in describing the pace of technology development and the consequential change happening within the workplace and society.  Only 3 months into the year, it is proving to be the fact.  The technology leap is here.  What does this mean for records management practitioners? In the first instance it can be scary as we see …

2.2.3 How to join the LGIG Committee and Terms of reference

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All expressions of interest for participation in the MAV Local Government Information Governance Committee should be sent to either : Tim.Newbegin@boroondara.vic.gov.au  or  R.Edge@cardinia.vic.gov.au. The group Terms of Reference is drafted for consultation. Draft Constitution of MAV LGIG GROUP 24th July 2015

2.3.3 Meetings and Events

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The next AGM and members meeting will be held at MAV, Level 11, 60 Collins Street, Melbourne on the 4th December 2015 commencing at 10AM. Members must register with the MAV LGIG Committee Secretary on R.Edge@cardinia.vic.gov.au to hold a seat for the day as capacity is limited. Refer to the Minutes and Agenda section for further details. 2015 12 04 Agenda MAV LGIG AGM …

ECM Step Program Committee Minutes May 2013

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The picturesque southern seaside city of Warrnambool played host to both the ECM Step Program Committee and RIMPA local government groups. The City of Warrnambool is unsubdivided and includes the towns of Woodford, Bushfield, Dennington, Warrnambool and Allansford. Features of the council Warrnambool City Council covers 120.366 sqKm. Warrnambool City is unsubdivided. There is a total of seven councillors.     …

Digital Media Integration Strategy May Meeting

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John Hennessey opened the meeting by introductions and listing the purpose for the meeting.  John brought key Step Program representatives together and addressed us with the following:- What we all do and why we’re all here Introduction of Future of Local Government – central hub site concept The history and development IT vs. Digital Media Managing IT hardware is an entirely …

MAV ECM STEP PROGRAM MAY 2013 MEETING

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Greetings all MAV ECM Step Program Participants, Would you please find parking and accommodation details for the next ECM STEP Program Committee meeting proposed for May 10th 2013 in Warrnambool. With reference to the agenda, the other business and late items sections are for your suggestions and possible involvement. We have three hours so plenty of time for discussions. With …

MAV ECM Step Program Meetings Agenda 15th February 2013

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9.00 – 10.00 Committee Meeting Identify common opportunities with ICT and GIS groups – common ground – How can we move this forward. Basic set of generic business rules for record control – non system dependent Annual Conference – Feedback and Planning. (Discussion around what we, the industry might like to suggest as speaker / subject options.) Report from e-Assure …

Information about the ECM Steering Committee

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Agendas for upcoming meetings are posted 2 weeks prior to the event. Our Vision Our vision is that all Victorian councils are compliant with the legislative and legal requirements of records and content management and that they are able to deliver this through increasingly more efficient and effective business practice. Our Mission Our Strategic Mission Objectives are: To strategically build …