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Congress has restored funding of appropriated activities and the National Archives has begun to resume normal operations. The National Archives Building in Washington, DC and the National Archives at College Park, MD will be closed to the public today, October 17 to give staff time to ensure the proper protection of holdings. Facilities around the […]
This post comes from James Rush, the Administrative Staff Director for Archival Operations in Washington, DC. Staff at the National Archives at College Park are moving approximately 398 cubic feet of personnel related records to the National Archives at St. Louis. The series being transferred complement the mission, function, and holdings of the National Archives at […]
The following post come from Bill Mayer, the Executive for Research Services at the National Archives. Attention All Researchers: The 3:30 pull for today has been cancelled. An issue relating to federal payroll activities at 22 federal agencies nationwide has causes significant staffing issues. In order to address these issues, we have had to take […]
After 10 years of providing online access to the National Archives’ holdings the Archival Research Catalog (ARC) is permanently retiring on August 15th. You can still search descriptions and digital content using our Online Public Access search http://www.archives.gov/research/search/ Online Public Access contains all of the descriptions and digitized content that was in ARC. Online Public […]
Posted by Rebecca on July 15, 2013, under DC-area Researchers, Genealogy / Family History, Online Research, Research.
Throughout this past year, the National Archives and Federal agencies have been working to implement the Digital Government Strategy by improving digital services to better serve you. We’ve worked toward specific milestones that improve access to government information and we launched Archives.gov/digitalstrategy to report on our progress. We sought your ideas for improvement in August […]
Posted by Meredith Stewart on May 29, 2013, under DC-area Researchers, Digital Government Strategy, Open Government, Wikipedian in Residence.
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