ARMA PITTSBURGH CHAPTER
ARMA Pittsburgh Chapter is a member of ARMA International, and more specifically, ARMA’s Mid-Atlantic Region. Our chapter consists of Records and Information Management professionals from a wealth of industries (including financial, legal, and pharmaceutical) who are committed to the advancement of our industry through education, including support of the ARMA International Education Foundation. Our chapter sponsors monthly educational programs which cover a wide variety of topics that are applicable to most of us in the RIM field. Program meetings are held once a month, from September through June, in One Oxford Centre, Fourth Avenue and Grant Street in Downtown Pittsburgh.
We would like you to join us!
Our programs are very informative and educational. The people are friendly, the conversations are interesting, and the food is great! We look forward to seeing you at our next program meeting.
Advance Records and Information Management (RIM) as an art and science in the greater western Pennsylvania area by offering educational programs, seminars, workshops, group discussions and exchange of ideas. Help individuals within the industry to become more knowledgeable about current important records and information subjects while promoting working relationships with related professional groups.
- Chartered June 12, 1967
- First newsletter November 1967
- First two-day seminar jointly held with Washington, DC April 14-15, 1969
- First Chapter Library formed October 10-16, 1972
- “Records Management Week” in Pennsylvania the week of October 10-16, 1972
- Chapter participated in Project ELF (Eliminate Legal-sized Files) to reduce government waste by 25% in early 1980s
- Chapter involved in community, e.g., WQED Auction, Allegheny General Hospital, Toys for Tots, and the Pittsburgh Business Show in 1990s