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Archive for April, 2010

Congratulations LC! And ‘tweets’ can be Federal records too

Congratulations to our colleagues at the Library of Congress on their recent announcement of their acquisition of the complete archive of Twitter.  This certainly represents a unique and compelling addition to their collection, and we very much share in their excitement. In light of a comment by an LC official, I would like to clarify […]

RACO 2010 Update

We have all been working hard on putting together a great RACO program for this year’s event on May 12. We’ve already announced our keynote speaker will be Cass R. Sunstein, Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs at OMB. The rest of the program is coming together as well. We are planning […]

Participate in our Web Redesign!

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 design a website that you find easier to use. Feel free to show us how you would organize our web site […]

Archivist testifies about Open Government and Records Management

The Archivist of the United States, David S. Ferriero, testified on March 23, 2010, before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs: Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management, Government Information, Federal Services, and International Security. During a hearing entitled, “Removing the Shroud of Secrecy: Making Government More Transparent and Accountable,” Mr. Ferriero spoke about the National Archives’ responsibilities for records […]

News from the Field

Let the drums roll and tape ticker . . . it’s my pleasure to introduce to you a new segment on Records Express that I’m (rather uncreatively calling) “News from the Field”. My name is Matt Eidson, I’m from the Office of Regional Records Services in College Park. I’ve been invited to satisfy your weekly […]

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