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Guilty plea in federal embezzlement case

James Clay Whitson of Nottingham, Md. will spend 15 months in prison after pocketing money that was to be used to pay for maintenance work at the National Archives and Records Administration in College Park.

Tags: embezzlement , College Park , U.S. District Court , James Clay Whitson , Kate Ryan

Monday - 11/29/2010, 11:14pm EST

No word on items found at Archives worker's home

Inspector General for the National Archives and Records Administrations Paul Brachfeld says investigators and U.S. Marshals executed a sealed warrant at the home, so he cannot discuss the case.

Tags: U.S. Marshals Service , National Archives and Records Administration , Leslie Waffen , Nan Allendorf Waffen , Paul Brachfeld , GAO , Sandy Berger , missing documents , National Security Adviser , 9/11

Friday - 10/29/2010, 05:14pm EDT

NARA has tips for managing modern records

The National Archives and Record Administration is giving your agency tips for managing records in the cloud computing era.

Tags: Federal Drive , Paul Wester , management , technology , NARA , cloud computing , guidance , Modern Records Program

Friday - 09/24/2010, 09:31am EDT
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NARA offers cloud computing guidelines to agencies

One of the big questions for agencies considering cloud computing is how to ensure the information in the cloud is documented. The National Archives is providing answers.

Tags: management , technology , NARA , cloud computing , guidance , Suzanne Kubota

Thursday - 09/23/2010, 03:03pm EDT

Extreme makeover coming to the Federal Register

The official daily newspaper of the federal government is making some drastic improvements to its Web site -- just in time for its 75th anniversary.

Tags: Federal Register , David Ferriero , social media

Tuesday - 07/13/2010, 06:00am EDT

FOIA fulfillment changes under the aegis of OGIS

Miriam Nisbit on OGIS: Our office was created through the Open Government Act of 2007 and we opened our doors just six months ago. Since then, we've been working to fulfill our statutory mandates.

Tags: mngt , FOIA , Miriam Nisbet , OGIS ,

Wednesday - 03/24/2010, 10:40am EDT
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Archivist details challenges of massive declassification job

Declassifying 400 million classified documents. That is the task at hand for the newly created National Declassification Center at the National Archives. An archivist whose job just became part of the National Declassification uses recently declassified documents from the early days of the Cold War confrontation over West and East Berlin in a lecture on the challenges of making public that which has been secret for so many years. A Federal News Radio exclusive.

Tags: newsstand , declassification , Executive Order 13526 , National Declassification Center , Neil Carmichael , President Obama , Max Cacas

Wednesday - 02/03/2010, 06:44am EST
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Exec. order breaks new ground in declassification

Late last month, President Obama signed an Executive Order making significant changes in the way that classified documents are handled. In addition to extending classification for documents dating back to the Vietnam War era, the order also calls for important new guidelines for how to share the information contained in classified documents. Recently, two of the authors of that Executive Order talked about their work before a transparency conference at the American University.

Tags: newsstand , declassification , Executive Order 13526 , National Declassification Center , Bill Leary , National Security Council , Gina Genton , ODNI , American University , Washington College of Law , Collaboration on Government Secrecy , Max Cacas

Friday - 01/29/2010, 06:59am EST
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National Archives keeping, and sharing, electronic records

How to preserve the past to serve the future? The Archivist of the United States explains.

Tags: NARA , David Ferriero , mngt

Friday - 01/15/2010, 10:30am EST
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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.

Tags: technology , Power of Information , Records Administration , GAO , Bush

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