National Archives and Records Administration
7th and Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C. 20408
Telephone: (202) 501-5000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is responsible for overseeing the management of the records of the Federal Government. NARA ensures, for the Citizen and the Public Servant, for the President and the Congress and the Courts, ready access to essential evidence that documents the rights of American citizens, the actions of Federal officials, and the national experience.
The National Archives and Records Administration was established by act of October 19, 1984 (44 U.S. Code 2101 et seq.), effective April 1, 1985, as an independent agency in the executive branch of the Government--it is the successor agency to the National Archives Establishment, which was initiated in 1934.
This material was condensed and edited from the NARA Web site--with added content to further inform visitors to the Federal Gateway site.
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- Homepage and Introductory Information
- News, Public Affairs, History, etc.
- Customer Service
- Records, Policy, and Files
- Teaching Resources
- Business Matters
- Other Items Of Interest
National Archives and Records Administration Homepage preserves and tells our Nation’s history--these records, outreach, and ability to educate and inform is the work of the NARA.
What is NARA? about what the NARA means to all Americans.
Charters of Freedom Exhibit presents The Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Bill of Rights, and more.
Constitution - Analysis and Interpretation - GPOAccessanalysis and interpretation of cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States.
Annotation Newsletter reports on history and records news--Email to subscribe.
The Record an NARA newsletter that discusses activities, issues, etc.
National Personnel Records Center details both the Civilian and Military Records Centers in St. Louis--house U. S. records that go back to1774.
Building for the Future - NARA are mostly news items that support and document NARA’s strategic directions.
American Memory Library of Congress site on U.S. history.
United States Reference - Internet Public Library covers many important happenings of U.S. history.
U.S. Historical Documents Archive Matthew Weiler’s gathering of historical documents.
The Exhibit Hall displays The Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Bill of Rights, Elvis meeting the President, and more.
Prologue quarterly magazine of NARA happenings.
Employment Opportunities at the NARA plus internships and volunteer activities.
Calendar of Events - NARA activities in the Washington, D.C. area.
Tours - NARA Washington, D.C. sites only.
Washington, D. C. Area Facilities directions, tours, etc.
NARA Organization lists key executive offices.
Office of the Federal Register manages the Federal Register (online), Food and Drug Administration Regulations Documents, Code of Federal Regulations (online), U.S. Government Manual (online), Privacy Act Issues (online), and other related information.
The Research Room covers key topics like the Kennedy Assassination, Nazi War Criminals, Holocaust, etc.
American Originals the original documents of the United States.
Presidential Libraries connects all the presidential libraries--and more.
Federal Records Centers discuses the 15 individual record centers across the country--certain exceptions exist but most records sites are not open to the public.
Resources of the WWW high public interest items---genealogical sites are highlighted.
Family History Library (TM) the world famous genealogy site of The Church Of Latter Day Saints.
Vital Records Information - United States genealogy beginners may find this site useful---involves U. S. state and county records.
a survey document.
Data in NAIL a project that takes in audiovisual, still pictures, motion pictures, sound, and video---these can be searched.
The Constitutional Amendment Process derived from Article V of the Constitution.
Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) focuses on privacy issues relating to the National Information Infrastructure.
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility focuses on technology's impact on society.
Preservation details NARA’s extensive knowledge in this science.
GRS20 Information Index controversy over past electronic records destruction.
Government Documents finding U. S. Government documents at Archives.
WWW services for Historians excellent document---wide coverage.
Digital Classroom NARA’s effort to have teachers and students use archival documents in the classroom.
Grants and Fellowships - Electronic Records Projects lists current efforts to locate, preserve, and publish documents about the American experience.
National Historical Publications and Records Commission addresses grants and fellowships.
POTUS Presidents of the United States an Internet Library source that covers all the Presidents of the United States---background, elections results, cabinet members, presidency highlights, etc.
The Valley of the Shadow educational site that tells of the experiences of two communities - one Northern one Southern - during the American Civil War.
NAGARA National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators.
Nicotine Regulation Documents - GPO Access Privacy Act Documents included.