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Preserving Our Past At The National Archives [Infographic] via Polygon

The National Archives is home to billions of documents that are important for both record keeping purposes and to preserve our nation's proud history. Records exist in a wide variety of formats including paper, animal skin, photographs, film, sound recordings, and more. Each of these storage formats requires a specific storage environment to ensure they remain undamaged and can withstand the test of time. Without these carefully-created storage environments, many of these records would degrade and be lost forever.

Webinar: A Unified Approach to ERM Requirements: NARA’s Federal Electronic Records Modernization Initiative...

January 21 1-2 PM EST     In Partnership with NARA  Made Possible by Active Navigation

Record Manager and Employee awarded $4 Million to settle whistle-blower lawsuit in California via...

December 17, 2019 - Two employees complained and won a lawsuit over records were being destroyed in violation of federal and California...

NAGARA Now Accepting Student Intern Applications for Summer 2020

The NAGARA Internship Program provides a $1,500 stipend to each of two students enrolled in archival and/or records management graduate programs. The...

Data Management: A cheat sheet from TechRepublic

Big data is the backbone of modern business, but before it can be used, it has to be properly managed. Here's an overview of the ins and outs of data management.