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NARA takes crowdsourcing approach to tagging historic documents

The National Archives and Records Administration wants amateur historians to get involved in putting electronic tags on its historic documents online.

NARA enlists Wikipedia volunteers to help get documents online

The National Archives and Records Administration wants help from Wikipedia-savvy volunteers to help prepare important digital documents for online access.

4 agency apps highlight the power of mobile tech

Agencies are beginning to tailor public information and services to mobile users in new and exciting ways, and these four applications are just the beginning.

NARA's digital archive failing on promise to preserve and protect

Guest columnist Frank A. McDonough offers three examples of electronic archives that outshine NARA's troubled effort to preserve government records.

JFK Library to open largest converted digital archive

Listeners will be able to hear President John F. Kennedy's speeches in his own voice in online podcasts that will go live this month as part of the Kennedy presidential digital archive.

National Archives puts 3,000 historic documents online

The National Archives and Records Administration debuts an online repository of historic documents, such as George Washington's handwritten draft of the U.S. Constitution.

NARA set to debut new Federal Register site

The Federal Register's Web site is getting a major overhaul just in time for the register's 75th anniversary on July 26.

Online collection helps people remember, research Holocaust

Hundreds of thousands of Holocaust-related records are now searchable online through a National Archives and Records Administration project.

OMG formulates records-management standard

Government working group pioneers cross-platform, data-sharing specification.

NARA loses hard drive with Clinton-era sensitive data

The National Archives and Records Administration is missing an external hard drive with the personally identifiable information of some Clinton administration officials and White House visitors.