Proactive Steps to Enact Your Retention Policy — a joint ARMA/ILTA session

March 16, 2016 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Clark Hill PLC (One Oxford Centre, 14th Floor)
One Oxford Centre
301 Grant St,Pittsburgh,PA 15219
Free to ARMA members and guests
Ruth Snyder by March 10, 2016E-mail

This month’s joint session with ILTA addresses


Most Law Firms have adopted Information Governance policies that outline retention plans for physical and electronic information. Very few firms have actually enacted retention on any of their physical or electronic content. A large part of the reason for this is that their systems and processes for managing information are not configured around the retention process. This session will offer some practical suggestions on how to change business process and software configuration to efficiently enact retention.

Our speaker will be David Beauchemin, Information Governance Product Manager for InOutsource, provides project management and information governance consulting services to law firms. He supports firms in designing and documenting business processes to maximize efficiency and compliance, creates custom-tailored software training documentation and leads training sessions for staff members.
Mr. David Beauchemin at

Beauchemin has a particular interest in the area of physical and electronic file retention and has managed large-scale retention/destruction projects for law firms. He has guided initiatives to reduce paper reliance as part of office space consolidations and moves and has been part of the implementation team for a variety of records management systems.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from St. Joseph’s University.

Cost: Free for ARMA/ILTA members and guests.

Lunch sponsor: InOutsource

Please register by March 10 by emailing :


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