National Archives and Records Administration (NARA): Oversight and Management Improvements Initiated, But More Action Needed
DIANE Publishing, 2011 - 66 pages
The mission of NARA is to safeguard and preserve gov┐t. records, ensuring continuing access to the essential documentation of the rights of Amer. citizens and the actions of their gov┐t. However, in today's environment of fast-evolving info. tech., fed. agencies are creating vast volumes of electronic records while continuing to create physical records in large numbers. This report assesses NARA's effectiveness in overseeing the governmentwide mgmt. of records, incl. commenting on its capacity to identify risk of unlawful destruction of fed. records; describes its ability to preserve permanent records; and assesses its policies, procedures, and plans supporting key mgmt. and oversight capabilities. A print on demand publication.
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