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FRC Memorandum: Anchorage Facility Closure

The following FRC Memorandum was issued this afternoon. FRC MEMORANDUM TO FEDERAL AGENCY CONTACTS: Anchorage Facility Closure and Relocation of Records The National Archives and Records Administration is closing our facility in Anchorage, Alaska, and transferring all of the holdings currently stored at that location to our 36 CFR 1234 compliant facility in Seattle, Washington […]

Update from Federal Records Center program

The following is from our Federal Records Center program. FRC 02.2013 September 27, 2013 Information on Federal Records Centers operations in the event of a Federal Government shutdown FRC MEMORANDUM TO FEDERAL AGENCY CONTACTS: Information on Federal Records Centers operations in the event of a Federal Government shutdown. I would like to communicate with Federal […]

Flooding in Colorado

Once again, a natural disaster is severely impacting a region of our nation.  Much of the Front Range of Colorado has been experiencing devastation due to historic rainfall amounts and subsequent flooding.  Many residences, businesses, and organizations have been destroyed or damaged.  So far, we have not been made aware of any damage to the […]

Changes to Teams That Serve Our Customers

The following memo to our agency contacts was sent out this morning. NARA’s Office of the Chief Records Officer (OCRO) and Federal Records Centers Program (FRCP) are making some changes to the teams that work most closely with agency staff on records management issues-the Appraisal Archivists and the FRCP Account Managers. We are making these […]

Operating Status of the Washington National Records Center on Friday, September 2 and Beyond

The Washington National Records Center will remain closed on Friday, September 2 for cleanup and repairs. We expect to reopen the building to all staff after the Labor Day holiday on Tuesday, September 6. We will be servicing emergency and high-priority reference requests through Friday, September 9, and we expect to be back to normal […]

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