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David Ferriero is the new Archivist of the United States.
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The inspector general of the National Archives and Records Administration is looking into the possible breach. A hard drive was sent back to its vendor for repair and recycling, but wasn't wiped first. The hard drive helped power eVetRecs.
WFED's Max Cacas with a preview of his story for tomorrow.
Martha Morphy, Assistant Archivist for Information Services and the agency's Chief Information Officer (CIO) is retiring, effective July 2, 2010.
Dubbed by lawmakers as the "FOIA Ombudsman", the new Office of Government Information Services at the National Archives is supposed to be a government-wide arbitrator when agencies are at loggerheads with members of the public who request information under the Freedom of Information Act. Yesterday, the new director of the OGIS held her first formal briefing with news reporters to discuss progress in setting up the new agency.
Kathleen Williams, executive director of NHPRC, which is part of the National Archives, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Amy Morris to discuss the "Founder's Online" project — a "pretty vast" undertaking, she said.
A former National Archives employee pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing and selling recordings from his former employer, including an original 1937 sound recording of baseball legend Babe Ruth.