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The Results of the Voting for the new Home Page Are In

Thank you to everyone who voted and commented on the homepage designs and features. In total we received 3,257 votes. Interested in knowing how your favorite design did? You can view the results at If you have additional ideas or feedback about the redesign of we invite you to share them here […]

Vote on the Homepage Designs!

A new participation opportunity is available to you as part of the redesign activities – vote on the homepage designs! The four design candidates will be on display July 6-9 in the National Archives Research Rooms in College Park, MD, and Washington, DC. Learn More here. We’ve set up two ways for you […]

Join us for the DC-Area Users Group Meeting on Friday, June 25th

Our next Users’ Group meeting will be held at the National Archives in Washington, DC,  in room G-24, on Friday, June 25, 2010, at 1pm. The agenda for the meeting includes Update on Renovation WiFi Update A-1 researcher tables Saturday pull pilot Rolling pulls at A-1 Digitization update Inaccurate pulls at A-1 Web redesign- Green Bags update […]

What do you call it when….

As the website redesign preparation continues, we’re looking for your input on how to refer to NARA’s vast collection of records. What would you collectively call all of the documents, photos, and videos that the National Archives stores? For example, would you call them holdings, collections, our catalog, an inventory, records, or something else? […]

Participate in the Web Redesign Card Sort!

We are redesigning to make it easier and quicker for you to find the information you need as part of NARA’s Flagship Open Government Initiative.  We want your opinions to help us to develop a web site designed for participation.  Throughout the redesign process, we’ll be inviting you to participate by voting, sorting, commenting, […]

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