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Florida Public Records Management Session 1

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Public Records Management Session 1
February 24, 2021, 2:00pm EST
2.00 Hour(s)
Registration Fee
Credits Available
  • FRMA: 4 hours of basic certification credit (plus 2 hours for electronic records credit)
  • Florida Bar CLER's: 7 hours (General credit)
  • IIMC: 6 CMC Education Hours or 6 MMC Professional Contribution Hours
  • CGCIO: 6 Hours

Note: The series must be taken in full to earn a certificate of completion.

Amy Brewer

The Florida Public Records Management Live Webinar Series has been designed to assist all public agency records custodians, Records Management Liaison Officers (RMLOs), management and staff better understand and meet the legal requirements to comply with the State of Florida Public Records Law.

This series covers many topics including the legal mandates of the Florida's Public Records Law; life cycle of a record; understanding electronic records; managing public records requests; resources for records management; the protection of vital records, and more as listed on the agenda below.

The Florida Public Records Management: Live Webinar Series will be presented on three consecutive Wednesdays: February 24th, March 3rd, and March 10, 2021, from 2 pm – 4 pm each day.  Each webinar in the series is built upon the previous learning experience so the series must be taken in full to earn a certificate of completion.

Florida Public Records Management Session I: Wednesday, February 24, 2021 (2 pm – 4 pm)

  • Introduction to Records Management
  • Defining Public Records
  • Examples of Public Records
  • Retention: Series and Schedules
  • Calculating Retention
  • Records Disposition


Tim Few & Stephanie Boggs

Government Operations Consultants, Division of Library and Information Services, Florida Department of State.