National Archives and Records Administration


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National Archives and Records Administration

Administers the National Archives and its collections, and provides grants for the publication of historical papers and preservation projects.
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The exhibition offers a glimpse of the important events, personalities, and trends that made up our contradictory century as it highlights the wealth of material in the still photography holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration.
If your Post is involved in a memorial effort for Korea or Vietnam, you will want to know that state-level casualty lists sorted by name and home of record are available from the Center for Electronic Records at the National Archives and Records Administration.
And consult the National Archives and Records Administration (www.nara.gov) for government records.
Though E-mail - increasingly the vehicle of research and policy communications -- has so far not been included in this rule, that could change, based on a March 18 proposal by the National Archives and Records Administration.
For instance, the single oldest FOIA request--one made to the National Archives and Records Administration 20 years ago for various state department files about nuclear research from the 1950s--is likely being held up by a referral to the U.S.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is responsible for preserving access to government documents and other records of historical significance and overseeing records management throughout the federal government.
First, the National Archives and Records Administration has teamed up with ABC-CLIO, Inc., to publish a four-volume compilation of previously published Teaching with Documents articles.
To solve the problem, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) asked a National Academy of Sciences panel for advice on how to preserve these crumbling records.
A former National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) employee will serve 15 months in prison for his part in a scheme to steal nearly $1 million from the Archives, according to the U.S.
To preserve and provide access to all types of electronic records, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has been developing an Electronic Records Archive (ERA), including a base system for federal records and a separate system for presidential records, known as the Executive Office of the President (EOP) system.
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