Tag Archives: Jason R. Baron

“BOMBSHELL REVELATIONS” ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON’S USE OF PERSONAL EMAIL ACCOUNT. WATCH TODAY’S IGI WEBINAR ON DEMAND

OpenText Innovation tour with Barclay Blair

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]“It will likely become a big issue in the upcoming presidential campaign. This morning Hillary Clinton is in the hot seat after bombshell revelations first reported by the New York Times overnight. The Times reported that Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business as Secretary of State.” ABC News, Good […]

IGI JOINS OTHER INDUSTRY LEADERS TO ADVANCE PUBLIC SECTOR INFORMATION GOVERNANCE

IGI Bust Stop

The IGI is proud to announce that they have joined with leading non-profit and industry think tank organizations to form the new Coalition for Public Sector Information Governance Leadership. The Coalition will work to support the federal government’s efforts to modernize its records management infrastructure and implement information governance (IG) practices that have proven effective […]

IGI’S JASON R. BARON PREDICTS IG TO TAKE CENTER STAGE IN 2015

In his recent article for the Ethical Boardroom Winter 2014 Edition, Jason R. Baron (IGI Co-chair) offered his predictions for information governance (IG) in 2015. Read the full article, “Information Governance to Take Center Stage,” here. Among Jason’s predictions are that a true IG market will emerge, that more corporate executives will have IG in […]

IGI BOOT CAMP ON FEBRUARY 2, 2015 AND ROUND UP OF IGI’S PARTICIPATION AT LEGALTECH® NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 3-5, 2015

It’s time again for LegalTech® New York. Join members of the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) Executive Team—Barclay T. Blair, Bennett B. Borden, Jason R. Baron, and Jay Brudz—who are participating in numerous panels at the upcoming LegalTech New York held February 3-5, 2015. This year marks the IGI’s one year anniversary. See below for a […]

JASON R. BARON DISCUSSES NEW RECORDKEEPING LAW THAT UPDATES HOW THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HANDLES ITS RECORDS

In a recent article published by ARMA International, Jason R. Baron (IGI Co-Chair) discusses the Presidential and Federal Records Act Amendments of 2014 which were recently signed into law by President Obama. According to Jason, the law has “provisions aimed at modernizing and improving the recordkeeping and information management practices at federal departments and agencies.” […]

IGI’s JASON R. BARON JOINS PANEL AT LTEC 2014

Jason R. Baron (IGI Co-Chair) will join the panel discussion, “Developing Efficiencies in Information Governance and Electronic Archiving,” at the upcoming LawTechEurope Congress (LTEC) 2014 on October 20, 2014 from 2:30-3:30 PM. Miroslav Širl (CNZ) will moderate, and other panelists include, Jeane Thomas (Crowell & Moring), Tracy Drynan (Drinker Biddle & Reath), and Jana Pattynova […]