"Marcus Ledergerber", "Matthew Knouff", IGRM, ABA, , eDiscovery, Privacy, Security, "American Bar Association", Marcus Ledergerber, Matthew Knouff, ARMA, ARMA International
September 17, 2012 - 8:54 AM
"Fundamentally, information governance is a business process. In order to lower risks and achieve greater efficiencies through process improvement, electronic discovery will increasingly become tightly integrated with an organization’s information governance policy, procedures, and infrastructure."
How the Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM) Complements ARMA International’s Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles (GARP®)
For pointers on implementation, this ABA article describes how an organization’s team of in-house attorneys, lead outside counsel, RIM, and IT professionals can be instrumental in guiding discussions with business management to achieve better eDiscovery by implementing a unified Information Governance (IG) program.
Better E-Discovery: Unified Governance and the IGRM
American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Technology for the Litigator, June 11, 2012
Co-Authors: Marcus Ledergerber and Matthew Knouff
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