Lifetime Achievement Award

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Keith C.S. Siu

Title: Court Records Management Supervisor
Industry: Government
Type of Organization: State Agency/Court
Major Product/Service: Managing the records of the Hawaii State Judiciary
Expertise: Mr. Siu has over 30 years government experience. He manages the state judiciary's records management program and oversees a staff of 10. He provides records management consulting services to the state court.
Geographic Area of Distribution: Hawaii
Affiliations: ARMA International: Chair, U.S. Government Relations Committee; Appointed, Chair of the Judicial Administration Industry Group; ARMA International Education Foundation; Hawaii Government Employees Association; Chair, Education & Training Committee; Chair, State Negotiations Committee; Chair, Oahu Island Division; American Society for Public Administration, Hawaii Chapter; President, University of Hawaii-West Oahu Alumni Association
University/Degree: M.P.A.,, Public Administration, Central Michigan University, 1994; Candidate, CRM (Certified Records Manager) Certification, Institute of Certified Records Managers
Born: Hawaii
Hobbies/Sports: Disney, Star Trek
Work History: Mr. Siu has 30 years of government service.
Honors & Awards: Outstanding Alumni Award, University of Hawaii - West Oahu; Recipient, University of Hawaii West Oahu Alumni Post Graduate Scholarship; National Deanís List Certificate of Merit; Chapter Member of the Year, ARMA International, Hawaii Chapter; American Society for Public Administration Presidential Appreciation Certificate; Certificate of Appreciation from the U.S. Probation Office, District of Hawaii
Published Works: Lead Author, "Essential Elements of Local Government Records Management Legislation," 2000
Career Accomplishments: Mr. Siu was recognized by the Hawaii State Judiciary for 30 years of government service. He was also recognized by ARMA International for his work in leading the effort towards passage of the "Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995." A pastry was named after Mr. Siu called "Siuís Sweet Streusel."