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National Archives News

National Archives and Records Administration

National Archives and Records Administration has a huge task ahead in storing data from the former and all current Administrations and making it searchable and retrievable. According to the Government Accountability Office, as of late April, only 3 percent of all presidential records from the Bush Administration have been saved into the Electronic Records Archive. NARA says they plan on ingesting the remainder of the records before the end of the year. GAO also noted that NARA's archival system has no back up. Archives says their contingency plan is under final review.

Monday - 08/03/2009, 10:41am EDT

Search continues for missing NARA hard drive

In the process of converting Clinton-era White House documents to a new electronic storage system, the National Archives turns to popular portable digital storage devices. Then, one of those portable hard drives disappears. And a House committee gets a progress report on the investigation.

Friday - 07/31/2009, 07:23am EDT

History at risk over unclassified and declassified information

Without training and leadership, modern history may be lost forever.

Tuesday - 07/14/2009, 01:30pm EDT

Archives to help manage A-files

Monday - 06/08/2009, 09:28am EDT

Inauguration spells change for

Transition website flips to governing resource

Tuesday - 01/20/2009, 09:25am EST

Presidential Gifts

Friday - 01/16/2009, 06:20pm EST

Presidential Gifts

Friday - 01/16/2009, 06:20pm EST

Archivist to step down

Tuesday - 12/09/2008, 01:48pm EST

Ask the CIO

Wednesday - 10/22/2008, 02:37pm EDT

National Archives and Records Administration

Leo Scanlon
Director of IT Security Programs
Encore Presentation

Wednesday - 08/27/2008, 05:08pm EDT
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