Have you ever wondered what LAC does with your government records once they become part of the national archival collection? How it makes them available to present and future generations of Canadians? Did you know that LAC has opened over 35 million pages of previously exempted records under Canada’s Access to Information and Privacy legislation? Attend this session and find out!
This session will examine the proactive, risk-based, Block Review process at LAC. The presenters will explain the methodology, procedures and results of this process.
Kristina Lillico is the Director of Regional Services and ATIP Division at Library and Archives Canada (LAC), and has been with LAC since 2004. She has worked in many different areas at LAC, including Web Project Partnerships, Policy, Grants and Contributions, Private Archives, Government Archives and Information Management Initiatives, as well as Access to Information, Privacy and Personnel Records. She holds a History Degree from Queen’s University and a Masters of Public Administration from Dalhousie University.
Rachel Laurin is the ATIP Coordinator for Library and Archives Canada and manages a team of about 40 employees who respond to more than 14,000 (and growing!) access to information and privacy requests each year. In 2013, she was awarded the IM/IT Community Recognition, IT Modernization Team Award by Canada’s Chief Information Officer for modernizing the management of information and business processes within government.
We hope to see you there!