Diplomatic Courier Centennial Archives/Records

May 16, 2018
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Arlington, VA 22203
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Agenda:

6:00-6:30pm Registration & Networking with Peers (Cash bar available)
6:30-7:30pm Buffet Dinner
7:30-8:30pm Monthly Meeting Program 

In 2018:  The Centennial of the Diplomatic Courier Service (DCS) - A History & A Look Behind the Scenes into Centennial Work in Archives & Records

Mr. Brandt will speak about the history behind the Diplomatic Courier Centennial, with a focus on the evolution of paper and electronic information records for our embassies around the world. 

"A Diplomatic Courier is an official of the U.S. Government who is properly trained and credentialed by the U.S. Secretary of State to accompany classified materials across international borders.

The Diplomatic Security Service has approximately 100 Diplomatic Couriers who provide secure and swift delivery of classified and sensitive materials between U.S. diplomatic missions and the U.S. Department of State." https://www.state.gov/m/ds/about/c77947.htm

Our chapter theme this year is: "Records Management: Not Just a Job - A Profession"

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  • Attendees can earn 1 CEU for many credentials, including CRM and IGP, and potentially PMP, CIP, etc.

  • Create or strengthen connections with colleagues and potential business partners.

  • Hear from world-class speakers on cutting edge Records and Information Management and Information Governance topics.

Speaker: John W. Brandt, U.S. Department of State

John Brandt is a Diplomatic Courier and Chief of the Classified Pouch Branch at the US Department of State.  He joined the Diplomatic Courier Service in 1999 and has served assignments in Frankfurt, Seoul and Washington. 

Prior to joining the State Department he served as a US Army Russian linguist in Military Intelligence and as a launch specialist on the Pershing II intermediate nuclear missile system.  He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Monmouth College and was a Rotary Scholar at the University of Grenoble in France. 

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