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Archivist David Ferriero named Debra Steidel Wall as his deputy, effective July 3, according to an agency release.
The National Archives and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is offering children a chance to imagine a day in the White House and create their own presidential diaries.
Call it the granddaddy of WikiLeaks. Four decades ago, a young defense analyst leaked a top-secret study packed with damaging revelations about America's conduct of the Vietnam War.
The National Archives has appointed its first "Wikipedian in Residence" to help connect with the Wikipedia community.
The National Archives in Washington is helping people learn more about their families at the seventh annual Genealogy Fair.
The father of our country is on track to get a new $47 million library.
The Justice Department and NARA are paying close attention to GSA, USDA and others in how they implement email and data storage on private sector clouds. Agencies should address potential data storage, collection and access issues during the development of the solicitation.
With the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War now just days away, the National Archives is trying to make it easier for amateur historians to learn more about the War Between the States -- and to make it more personal.
Development is done. Now the National Archives and Records Administration's Electronics Record Archive is headed for deployment, but not quite as originally envisioned. NARA's Paul Wester explains.
A new blog allows the public to comment on draft proposals about changing the classification and declassification system.
Papers signed by President Abraham Lincoln have been bought and sold since the end of the Civil War. But the National Archives says they should control one particular document.
Paul Wester leads NARA's modern records program and describes the key findings and recommendations for maintaining the integrity of your records.
New Online Public Access portal lets users search three databases in one fell swoop to access 13 million records. Archives responded to customer complaints that its electronic records were too difficult to search.
WFED's Jason Miller discusses the new online collection at the National Archives.
U.S. Archivist David Ferriero describes how the National Archives is using online tools to increase public participation.
The agency is deciding whether or not to move forward with the contract option for operations and maintenance with Lockheed Martin. GAO and OMB say the project has multiple problems, including more than a $200 million increase in the total cost for ERA and a lack of usage by agencies. After going through a TechStat sessions, NARA and OMB decided to stop enhancing the system and focus on use.
WFED's Jason Miller gives an update on NARA's cancellation of the contract for the electronic records archive.
PRONOM is a web-based public technical registry of more than 750 different digital file formats that enables digital archivists, records managers and the public to precisely identify and confirm digital file formats. NARA's Kenneth Thibodeau explains why that's important.
The National Archives says it's time the Bill of Rights got a hip new upgrade and need your help. Archivist David Ferriero gives us the hashtag.