The 2003 J. Eddis Linton Awards for Excellence in Records Management were presented at the National Convention held in Melbourne. The awards were presented at a gala function by National President, Chris Fripp.
The winners of the 2003 Awards:
Most Outstanding Individual – David Moldrich FRMA
The award for the most outstanding individual was presented to David Moldrich. David has been involved in records management for over 20 years. David has shown an outstanding dedication to records management through his involvement in the industry in a number of different capacities. He has been a member of the Victorian Branch Council for a total of 15 years including service as Branch President and Co-Convenor of the 1995 RMAA National Convention.
David played a lead role in guiding the process that resulted in the proclaiming in 1996 of AS4390 Records Management Standard. David has been Chair of the IT/21 Committee a position he first held in 1991 and still holds 12 years later. David still plays a key role in enhancing records management most recently with his association in turning AS4390 into ISO AS 15489 as Chair of TC46 SC11 Committee.
David has written widely on issue of records management standards and made presentation at many conferences.
Most Outstanding Group – Education Queensland
Accepted by Sally Algate
The award for Most Outstanding Group was made to Sally Algate, Queensland Education for its eDRMS Project. The electronic document and records management system (eDRMS) project has implemented a technological and business solution to enable the capture, tracking, management, storage and retrieval of all corporate documents across Education Queensland. The eDRMS system is networked to approximately 2000 staff across Queensland in more than 50 different locations. The project has demonstrated that business efficiency and accountability of recorded information has improved.