January 17th meeting at City Hall


Please RSVP before 12pm on Tuesday January 15th!  
RSVP here:  https://tinyurl.com/yar8q39s               


Join us Thursday, January 17th:

Parking
FREE with validation from City Hall 

or

$3.00 / 2 hrs. AT YOUR COST

Remote (Zoom) Attendance NOT Available for this month’s meeting.


For a session all about City Hall!

Frances Kersey has been employed with The City of Oklahoma City for 37 years.  She served as Assistant City Clerk for 15 years prior to being appointed City Clerk in 2002.  As City Clerk, she maintains the City’s records, signs all official documents, records the minutes of Council meetings and organizes City elections and serves as Secretary to 10 City trusts.  Her professional achievements include obtaining the designations of Certified Municipal Clerk and Master Municipal Clerk.

In 2009 Ms. Kersey received an award for Program Excellence in Governance from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks for providing an innovative way of collaborating with other municipal departments.  In 2011 she received the Pathmaker award from the Oklahoma County Historical Society for her efforts to preserve the records of Oklahoma City.  She received the Oklahoma Sunshine Award presented by the Freedom of Information Oklahoma, Inc. in April 2017.

Details: 
RSVP online by clicking on the following link: https://tinyurl.com/yar8q39s

Time:
11:30 AM – 12:00 PM: Lunch/Networking
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Presentation

Location:

Lunch $10 from The Sandwich Club:
Sack Lunch: Select your sandwich of choice on the RSVP form, comes with an assorted bag of chips
Desert: Cookie
Drinks: Select on the order form either an assorted soda or a bottled water

December Merry Market 12/13


Please RSVP before 12pm on Tuesday, December 11th!  
RSVP here:  https://tinyurl.com/yar8q39s               


Join us Thursday, December 13th :
At (our usual location)
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, 840 Research Parkway, Suite 450, Oklahoma City, OK 73104.

Remote (Zoom) Attendance NOT Available for this month’s meeting.



For our annual community service project – gift donation for our wonderful friends at Positive Tomorrows!

Please bring an unwrapped gift or two to our next meeting! These donations allow family members to shop for each other during the Holiday Season!  And, please remember adult gifts as well!  Children love to be able to get something for their moms and dads too :)

Please see the attached pdf for the Merry Market Wish List 2018!

Positive Tomorrows began in 1989 as a collaborative effort of community organizations that recognized the educational needs of homeless children were not being met.  Founding partners included Oklahoma City Public Schools, the State Department of Education, CampFire USA, Neighborhood Services Organization and the YWCA. As an affiliate of the OKC Public School System, our purpose was to help homeless  families collect needed documentation to enroll their children into a public school.  From our founding  until 2006, that was what we did.  Then, a change in the Federal Grant guidelines  caused us to become ineligible for government funding. While many of our students still came from the OKC Public Schools, we were no longer formally affiliated.  Today, Positive Tomorrows is a private, tuition-free  elementary school meeting the educational needs and social service needs of homeless children and their families!


Details: 

RSVP online by clicking on the following link: https://tinyurl.com/yar8q39s

Time:
11:30 AM – 12:00 PM: Lunch/Networking
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Presentation


Free Lunch Provided by A-1 Freeman:
Pizza, Salad and Drinks!





November meeting @ Trilink Restoration


Join us Thursday, November 15th :
At Trilink Restoration Services
3300 N. Santa Fe, Oklahoma City, OK 73118.
(On the corner of N. Santa Fe and E. Hill St.)

Please RSVP before 12pm on Tuesday November 13th!  

RSVP here:  https://tinyurl.com/yar8q39s               


Remote (Zoom) Attendance NOT Available for this month’s meeting.


Emergency Response Management and Restoration Services!

Mike McDaniel, Director of Emergency Response Management of Trilink Restoration Services, Inc., has accumulated more than 34 years of experience, providing superior emergency management services and leading major restoration and remediation projects for home owners and businesses throughout the Oklahoma City metro market.
A recognized industry expert, Mike and his group of top-tier professionals have been involved in over 10,000 successful restoration projects since 1987, assisting clients through catastrophic events such as the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building in 1995, and countless natural disasters including tornadoes, fires, hurricanes, and floods.
Trilink is the Oklahoma City metro’s largest and most successful independent restoration company. Operating out of a state-of-the-art 50,000 sq. ft. facility, the company uses the latest tools, equipment, and processes in the restoration industry, including ultrasonic cleaning, thermo-imaging moisture detection, hydroxyl odor control, and advanced drying equipment. Trilink employs the best of the best in the industry and also operates the only “flood house” in the region to teach insurance agents, adjusters, property owners, managers, and general contractors the proper methodology for mold remediation, water/fire restoration, and crime scene/trauma cleanup.
Mike’s areas of expertise include:  Crisis and Emergency Planning and Management services, fire and water damage assessments, disaster remediation and restoration, air quality, microbial remediation, contents cleaning and odor control, and mold identification and remediation. He is a certified mold remediator, an EPA certified renovator, a council certified microbial remediator, a certified water mitigation technician, a certified applied structural drying specialist. He is also certified in crime and trauma scene cleanup and infection control in hospitals and healthcare facilities. He is an alumnus of Oklahoma Baptist University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business. In addition, Mike takes the lead for continuing education services for Trilink.

Details: 

RSVP online by clicking on the following link: https://tinyurl.com/yar8q39s

Time:
11:30 AM – 12:00 PM: Lunch/Networking
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Presentation


Lunch $10 from The Sandwich Club:
Sack Lunch: Select your sandwich of choice on the RSVP form, comes with an assorted bag of chips
Desert: Cookie
Drinks: Select on the order form either an assorted soda or a bottled water





Join us Thursday, October 18th :
At (our usual location)
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, 840 Research Parkway, Suite 450, Oklahoma City, OK 73104.

Remote (Zoom) Attendance NOT Available for this month’s meeting.

For a session all about Risks of a Traditional Records Management Program!

Traditional Records Management programs usually include a destruction day or retention schedule. When reviewing industry best practices and looking a governance recommendations these are usually some of the first things suggested. Is records destruction defensible if it’s done in good faith and following the retention schedule? What if the program has been in place for a while and it’s time for a health checkup? What can records professionals do to validate their current program? This session will cover these questions and help outline some conclusions and recommendations for RM & IG professionals.

Jessica Harman, CRM, CIP, is currently serving as the Records & Information Management, Supv for Global Marketing. She has more than 15 years of experience in technical training, project management, and business operations. Her specialties include training development programs and process improvement strategies. She has attained her Masters in Information Management, as well as the Certified Records Manager, and Certified Information Professional designations.

Details: 

RSVP online by clicking on the following link: https://tinyurl.com/yar8q39s

Time:
11:30 AM – 12:00 PM: Lunch/Networking
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Presentation


Lunch:
Entrée: Beef Stroganoff, Seasoned Green Beans, Glazed Carrots, Garden Salad, and Dinner Rolls
Desert: Italian Cream Cake
Drinks: Water, Iced Tea, and Assorted Soft Drinks





ARMA-OKC Monthly Meeting Thursday, September 20th, 2018


ARMA-OKC Monthly Meeting           
Thursday, September 20th, 2018

Blockchain Technology and Information Management


What is blockchain technology? What problem does it solve? Why is it relevant? How do we use it?
Dan Reisig is the founder and President of Concergent IT, A Division of Underground Vaults & Storage.  He spent 10 + years in the U.S. Air Force and has worked in telecommunications and computing since 1984.  As an active member of the IT community, in 2004 he was selected one of the Wichita Business Journal’s 40 under 40 award honorees.  In 2014, he was recognized as one of the top 5 SBAEL graduates nation-wide by Interise.  He was voted Wichita Business Journal’s most admired Technology CEO in Wichita in 2015.  Concergent IT was selected as 2015 Dell Mid-Market Partner of the Year, out of 40,000 eligible partners nation-wide.

This presentation will occur both on-site and online!                                              
On-site lunch will start around 11:30 A.M. CST                                                      
Actual presentation will start at 12:00 P.M. CST
LOCATION:                                                               
Park on the south side of the 840 building.               
Parking is limited to 2 hours.

New Meeting Format available You can now attend the monthly meetings wherever you are thanks to the Regents of Higher Education. You will receive the meeting URL when you RSVP
Please RSVP online or email ARMA-OKC President Amanda Lemon by Friday September 14, 2018



What’s for Lunch?
Beef Fajita Bar, Refried Beans, Spanish Rice, Grilled Peppers, Flour Tortillas, Cheese, Sour Cream, Salsa, Tortilla Chips, Guacamole, Pico De Gallo, Chocolate Torte Cake, Water, Iced Tea and Assorted Soft Drinks