1 Cutting Edge Issues in Information Governance: A Lawyer s Perspective ARMA NOVA Chapter Meeting West Vienna, VA September 21, 2011 Jason R. Baron Director of Litigation Office of General Counsel National Archives and Records Administration i ti
2 A New Era of Government President Obama s Memorandum dated 1/21/09 on Transparency and Open Government ent/
3 .The ever increasing volume of ESI is a problem In a world of limited tools and resources..
5 Information Governance: definition From Gartner: Information governance is the specification of decision rights and an accountability framework to encourage desirable behavior in the valuation, creation, storage, use, archival and deletion of information. It includes the processes, roles, standards and metrics that ensure the effective and efficient use of information in enabling an organization to achieve its goals. It is derived from a definition of IT governance which may be defined as the processes that ensure effective and efficient use of IT in enabling an organization to achieve its goals.
6 Life in the Federal fishbowl FOIA Federal Records Act Privacy Act Federal Advisory Committee Act Government in the Sunshine Act E-Government Act of 2002 Clinger-Cohen Act (formerly IT Mgmt Reform Act) Government Paperwork Elimination Act OMB Circular A-130 Etc.
7 E-Discovery: The New Reality 7
8 The Litigation Minefield U.S. litigation increasingly demands the preservation of and access to all relevant documents, including in the form of electronically stored information or ESI Courts impose sanctions on parties for failing to preserve evidence under the spoliation doctrine Absent saving everything, often it is only with 20/20 hindsight that one can determine what should have been preserved in response to a lawsuit Recordkeeping solutions that rely on human judgment are prone to being second-guessed by litigants and judges. 8
9 is still the 800 lb. gorilla of ediscovery (see 36 CFR (2009))
10 Beyond text t messaging 10
11 Voice mail captured in Unified Messaging Systems 11
12 Emergence of Web 2.0 Social Media 12
13 The Future: Public Records in the Clouds? 13
14 Cloud Computing Definition iti From Wikipedia: Cloud computing is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet. t Users need not have knowledge of, expertise in, or control over the technology infrastructure in the "cloud" that supports them. * * * The term cloud is used as a metaphor for the Internet, based on how the Internet is depicted in computer network diagrams and is an abstraction for the complex infrastructure it conceals. 14
15 Obama Administration commitment to cloud architecture Vivek Kundra, Chief Information Officer in the White House Office of Science and Technology, announces launch of Apps.gov: https://apps.gov/cloud/advantage/main/start_page.do With links to Business apps, Productivity apps, Social media apps, Cloud computing services Peter Orszag, OMB, Open Government Initiative Memorandum to Federal Agencies (Dec. 9, 2009) 15
16 Four Prior Recordkeeping Paths Print to paper (General Records Schedule 20, Item 14) Backup tapes (GRS 24, Item 4) Online user-based foldering in proprietary live systems Electronic recordkeeping under DoD version 3 16
17 Hot topic: Metadata t What is it? header information (possibly hidden) Proprietary features of word processing (e.g. summary fields) Embedded & shadow data Deleted keystrokes Tracking info Spreadsheet formulas Format issues and metadata Metadata ethics: inadvertent production 17
18 Recent Cautionary Tales 1) In re Fannie Mae Litigation, 552 F.3d 814 (D.C. Cir. 2009) (backup tapes) 2) Aguilar v. ICE Division of US Dept of Homeland Security, 2008 WL (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 21, 2008) (metadata) 3) NDLON v. U.S. ICE, 2011 WL (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 7, 2011) (metadata) (opinion withdrawn by Judge Scheindlin)
19 The transactional toll of user- based recordkeeping schemes 19
20 . and the need for better, automated t solutions. 20
21 Electronic Archiving i What is it? 100% snapshot of (typically) , plus in some cases other selected ESI applications How does it differ from an RMA? Goal is of preservation of evidence, not records management per se NARA Bulletin
22 AP Possible Path thforward? archiving in short term, synced to existing proprietary software on system Designation of key senior officials as creating permanent records, consistent with existing records schedules Additional designations of permanent records by agency component Smart filters/rules built in based on content, to the extent feasible to do Default are records in designated temporary record buckets, disposed of under existing records schedules. 22
23 A pyramid approach combines disposition policy with automated tools to bring FRA under records management, preservation, and access = permanent or top officials = temporary or staff and support slider The position of the set-point for capture depends on policy and resources: setting it higher allows use of tools now available to get 100% of at lower volumes;* setting it lower means more records will be captured and smarter tools are needed to distinguish and disposition temporary- and non-record. Implementing an archiving policy is feasible now, since tools are readily available to capture 100% of traffic at the individual or organizational level, in formats that can be archived.
24 How To Avoid A Train Wreck With Archiving. i Capture But Utilize Records Management! 24
25 Judicial second guessing of failure to use e-search capabilities: Capitol Records v. MP3 Tunes, 261 F.R.D. 44 (S.D.N.Y. 2009) In [a prior case] the Court notes its dismay that the party opposing discovery of its ESI had organized its files in a manner which seemed to serve no purpose p other than to discourage audits... Similarly, in this case, [the party] host[ed] no ediscovery software on their servers and apparently are unable to conduct centralized searches of groups of users without downloading them to a separate file and relying on the services of an outside vendor. 25
26 Judicial second guessing of failure to use e-search capabilities: Capitol Records v. MP3 Tunes (con t) Court went on to add: The day will undoubtedly will come when burden arguments based on a large organization s lack of internal ediscovery software will be received about as well as the contention that a party should be spared from retrieving paper documents because it had filed them sequentially, but in no apparent groupings, in an effort to avoid the added expense of file folders or indices. 26
27 Searching the Haystack. 27
28 to find relevant needles 28
29 ends up like searching in a maze 29
30 Example of Boolean search string from U.S. v. Philip Morris (((master settlement agreement OR msa) AND NOT (medical savings account OR metropolitan standard area)) OR s OR (ets AND NOT educational testing service) OR (liggett AND NOT sharon a. liggett) OR atco OR lorillard OR (pmi AND NOT presidential management intern) OR pm usa OR rjr OR (b&w AND NOT photo*) OR phillip morris OR batco OR ftc test method OR star scientific OR vector group OR joe camel OR (marlboro AND NOT upper marlboro)) AND NOT (tobacco* OR cigarette* OR smoking OR tar OR nicotine OR smokeless OR synar amendment OR philip morris OR r.j. reynolds OR ("brown and williamson") OR ("brown & williamson") OR bat industries OR liggett group) 30
31 Emerging New Strategies: Predictive Coding Improved review and case assessment: cluster docs thru use of software with minimal human intervention at front end to code seeded data set Slide adapted from Gartner Conference June 23, 2010 Washington, D.C.
32 Preservation Order "Documents, data, and tangible things" is to be interpreted broadly to include writings; records; files; correspondence; reports; memoranda; calendars; diaries; minutes; electronic messages; voic ; ; telephone message records or logs; computer and network activity logs; hard drives; backup data; removable computer storage media such as tapes, disks, and cards; printouts; document image files; Web pages; databases; spreadsheets; software; books; ledgers; journals; orders; invoices; bills; vouchers; checks; statements; worksheets; summaries; compilations; computations; charts; diagrams; graphic presentations; drawings; films; charts; digital or chemical process photographs; video; phonographic tape; or digital recordings or transcripts thereof; drafts; jottings; and notes. Information that serves to identify, locate, or link such material, such as file inventories, file folders, indices, and metadata, is also included in this definition. --Pueblo of Laguna v. U.S. 60 Fed. Cl. 133 (Fed. Cir. 2004). 32
33 What are lawyers and records keepers, supposed to do? Best practices at the erecords/ediscovery nexus: * Inventorying for the purpose of obtaining intellectual control over your institution s electronic systems (network applications, backups & legacy media) * Understanding existing records schedules & retention periods for your institutions records (and consider updating & simplifying schedules in anticipation of transition to electronic recordkeeping) * Consider appointing Knowledge Counsel working with CIOs and records officers * Formulating explicit e-records guidance on what constitute records, and including holds guidance * Providing training on recordkeeping and e-discovery obligations 33
34 Rosetta Stone Approach: The Need To Master 3 Languages: Legal, RM, IT 34
35 The Sedona Conference Commentary on Finding the Hidden ROI in Information Assets
36 Parts 1 and 2 Current State t of Information Governance From an Option Value Perspective The Business Case for Adopting an Option Value Approach to Information Governance
37 Option Value Approach Option Value = Long-term strategic value of Information assets To be contrasted with actuarial value, focusing on short-term risks
38 Part 3 Using Interdisciplinary Teams and Processes Sample Charts Project Management Structure Governance Structure
39 Part 4 Identifying and Assessing Option Value Opportunities Key Team Focus How well does the organization gather, share, and use the data it already creates? Where else might the organization extract or generate more value?
40 Part 5 A Framework for Calculating the Option Value of Information Assets Step 1. Map the sources of potential value. Step 2. Identify loci and dimensions i of value and determine how much value can be quantified through leveraging information for other purposes. Step 3. Compute the net potential value by factoring in costs associated with managing assets. Step 4. Compute option value currently being left on the table.
41 Part 6 Implementing An Option Value Governance Initiative Within the Organization Executive Sponsorship in the C Suite
42 What does the road ahead for information governance look like? 42
43 Additional Resources (NARA) Title 44 U.S. Code, Chaps 21, 29, 31, C.F.R. Part 1236 E-Records Mgmt NARA Bulletin Guidance concerning the use of archiving applications to store (comprehensive records management website, with bulletins and a toolkit of best practice white papers, including on transitioning to electronic recordkeeping; FAQs on many subjects, including scanning documents, instant messaging, wikis, RSS feeds, cloud computing) 43
44 Jason R. Baron Director of Litigation Office of General Counsel National Archives and Records Administration (301)
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