Paul Duller

Tutor

History and Information Studies, School of Humanities

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Email

p.duller@dundee.ac.uk

Phone

+44 (0)1382 385543

Biography

Dr Paul Duller (MBA, AMIRMS, FIRMS, FGS, C.Sci., C.Geol.) is the Information Management Consultancy Director for the Tribal Group plc. He is an international records management specialist; an expert witness;  a certified GDPR Practitioner; a chartered scientist and chartered geologist; and author of numerous records management training courses.  As a director and previous past chairman of the Information and Records Management Society one of his duties was to lead the development of professional accreditation within the Society. He has also been an editor of the Information & Records Management Society’s journal (the “IRMS Bulletin”) for the last 15 years where he was responsible for the production of over 90 editions of the Bulletin. Since 2010, he has also supervised numerous CAIS students through their dissertations.

Paul has extensive experience in the strategic assessment, mapping and auditing of information, records management and data privacy activities. He was been responsible for the project management of large-scale information management projects and the development and implementation of information management frameworks, policies, strategies and corporate retention schedules. In the early part of his career, he worked as Information Advisor in the Ministry of Petroleum and Minerals in the Sultanate of Oman, and as Information Manager in two major oil companies and two Consultancy Groups. More recently, during his longstanding career with Tribal, Paul has undertaken a wide range of records management projects both in the UK and internationally (in over 36 countries) for a wide range of clients such as: AQA, BG, British Geological Survey, BP, CPUC, Canadian Geological Survey, Coal Authority, Eon, European Central Bank, Independent Police Complaints Commission; the Home Office, Kent Police, London Underground,  Mubadala Petroleum, Ofsted, Oxfam, Shell, TAQA, Tullow Oil, RasGas and Network Rail. During this time he was also retained by the State of California as an expert witness in the San Bruno Gas Pipeline Disaster investigation and trial.