Archive for 'NDC Bi-annual Reprt'
Recently, there has been some discussion and confusion about steps the National Declassification Center (NDC) is taking to meet the Presidents goal to permit public access to all declassified records from this backlog no later than December 31, 2013. The Fourth Bi-annual Report indicates that of the approximately 400 million pages believed to be in […]
The NDC is pleased to release its Fourth Bi-Annual status report. This report details the progress made since January 2010 in meeting the President’s December 29, 2009 charge to eliminate the approximately 400 million page back log of reviewed, but not publicly available records at NARA. The report specifically focuses on progress made during the […]
When will the Defense Department files (Joint Staff) for issues regarding terrorism in Western Europe; East German military relations with the Arab states, the Palestinian Liberation Organization, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, and the states of Syria and Iraq be declassified for the period of the late 1960s to 1981 or so? […]
At the June 2010 public forum, Archives official Michael Kurtz stated that one percent of the five million pages of JFK assassination records is still withheld and that these records will be processed by the National Declassification Center as it tries to clear the backlog by the end of 2013. In light of the public interest in […]
There were several questions that were submitted for the public forum, but not answered as we ran out of time. Over the next several days, I will post questions and provide answers from forum participants. As always, follow-on comments are welcome! The first question and answer follows: I am concerned that the declassification of State […]
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