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NAGARA members are able to submit news articles to info@nagara.org for review and approval.  Please include: (1)Title of Article, (2) Publish Date, (3) Link to original content if online, (4) By line if needed. All news article submissions must be in Word Document form.

Society of American Archivists seek nominations for Various Awards

Posted on 2/13/2017
SAA seek nominations for various awards by February 28, 2017.

2017 SAA Conference Blog now LIVE!

Posted on 2/10/2017
SAA 2017 conference blog is LIVE!

NAGARA Appoints Rachel Muse to Serve on Joint Issues and Awareness Working Group

Posted on 1/31/2017
Rachel Muse, Senior Archivist at the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration, has been appointed by the NAGARA Board of Directors to serve on the CoSA/NAGARA/SAA/RAAC Joint Issues and Awareness Working Group.

From the AOTUS: Remembering World War I

Posted on 1/31/2017
This year and next we observe the centennial of World War I, or the Great War, as it was known in its time...

2017 Western Archives Institute

Posted on 1/18/2017
the Western Archives Institute, an intensive, two-week program co-sponsored by the California State Archives and Society of California Archivists that provides integrated instruction in basic archival practices to individuals with a variety of backgr

New Looks at Presidential Library Museums

Posted on 1/11/2017
In his latest column, 10th Archivist of the United States, David Ferriero shares with NAGARA members recent renovations at Presidential library museums.

Center for Presidential Transition (CPT) Seeks Guidance from NAGARA Community

Posted on 10/28/2016
CPT and Partnership for Public Service (PPS) look to government archives and records management community for project development assistance.

NARA Seeks Feedback on Records Control Schedules (RCS)

Posted on 10/24/2016
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) asks for your assistance by completing a short survey.

Invitation: NASCIO 2016 Cybersecurity Survey Webinar, November 10

Posted on 10/21/2016
Participants will hear about the results, implications for state government and have an opportunity to ask questions. This is a complimentary webinar and no registration is needed.

From the AOTUS: Celebrating the Bill of Rights

Posted on 10/14/2016
In the summer of 1789, when the new Federal Government was only a few months old, Congress took up the question of amending the nation’s new Constitution. During debate in the House of Representatives, James Madison called attention to the concerns o

National Heritage Responders Available to Assist with Louisiana Flooding

Posted on 8/23/2016
Recent extreme rainfall has brought historic flooding to many parts of Southern Louisiana, especially in and around Baton Rouge. The Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation (FAIC) offers free emergency response assistance to cultural or