Division of Archives and Records Service

Getting closer! Only 3 more days!

Joseph Sharp
October 4, 2016

Getting closer! Only 3 days until Everybody Wins! Records Management Teamwork. This is a conference that your team does not want to miss! Come together, learn together, and [possibly] win together!

For the next 2 days we will highlight our all-star conference team players! Share the excitement with your team—the more the merrier! Registration is still open for in-person and online attendance, the event is free to attend. We look forward to seeing all of you on October 6th!

Panel Discussion: Managing Electronic Records

DFlemingPhoto1.jpgDavid Fleming is the Corporate Records Program Manager for Zions Bancorporation where he works closely with executive and business unit management, Legal, and IT to develop information management and legal discovery strategy and processes for the corporation. Outside of work David serves as ARMA Pacific Region Coordinator and is the current Chair Pro Tem of the Utah State Records Committee. David is a Certified Records Manager (CRM), a Certified Information Governance Professional (IGP) and a Certified Information Professional (CIP).

esjames23editJames Duckett has been the Technology Division Manager for the City of St. George for nine years, where he has combine two of his lifelong passions: working (playing) with technology and building the best IT team possible.




rebekkahshawRebekkah Shaw joined the Archives team in May 2008 after earning her degree at Utah State University. She has been the project leader in updating the general retention schedules since February 2013.





Attend in-person or participate online, the event is free! The conference will be held at the Miller Free Enterprise Center, 9750 S. 300 W. in Sandy, UT in an auditorium with stadium seating. Online participants will join using Adobe Connect, instructions will be sent out closer to the event.

To register visit our website, and select “Training and Events” under the “Quick Links Section”. Registration instructions are also available on the Open Records Portal’s “Help Center”.