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2020-2021 GWDC ARMA CHAPTER PROGRAM SCHEDULE

The Greater Washington DC Chapter holds monthly meetings from September to June at a Metro-accessible location. Chapter meetings are open to anyone who has an interest in records and information management issues.

What: GWDC ARMA Webinar Chapter Meeting

When: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where: Webinar - RESERVE YOUR SEAT

Address: 

Contact: Tony Donaldson, Vice-President of Membership at: tony.donaldson@hoganlovells.com

Metro: 

Catered No Food, Soft Drinks and Dessert will be served

Register: Chapter Members $25.00 (Free of Charge)

Register: Non-Members $30.00 (Free of Charge)

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Sponsor: Gimmal

Presententor: David Quackenbush, Gimmal Vice Chairman.

Topic: How to Improve Information Governance with a Center of Excellence

David brings extensive experience leading IT services organizations to Gimmal Group and has led organizations with revenues in excess of $100MM. His experience includes leading high-growth companies, building successful solutions and focused services in established companies. Prior to joining Gimmal, David was the President of CPSG, a nationally recognized consulting firm focused on delivering high-quality consulting services within the Identity Management and ERP space.

Prior to joining CPSG, David held executive leadership positions with Comsys, Lante Corporation, Luminant Worldwide, Align Solutions and BSG. He began his career with Arthur Young (E&Y). Mr. Quackenbush co-chairs the Emerging Technology Council of the Houston Technology Center. 

David graduated with a BS in Economics from Texas A&M University. He is involved in a variety of community service activities, including Child Advocates Board of Directors, Nottingham Civic Association Board of Directors, and a member of the Memorial Drive Methodist Church Board of Stewards.

Discussion:  How to Improve Information Governance with a Center of Excellence

Information Governance requires a full-time program to achieve overarching goals. By implementing a Center of Excellence model, your organization will be able to achieve lasting results, manage scarce resources and reduce cost. 

 

In this presentation, Gimmal’s Vice Chairman, David Quackenbush, will illustrate how the use of a Center of Excellence can help your organization:

  • Improve information quality

  • Ensure information compliance

  • Better address information management