As the institution with the oldest, largest, and most actively managed program in the world, the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) encompasses thirty years of experience in appraising, accessioning, preserving, describing and providing access to archival electronic records. In this collection of essays, twelve contributors, each of whom has been involved in NARA's development, discuss the application of archival theory and practice in NARA's development of these functions and trace how they evolved over time. The result is a fascinating and awesome amalgam of achievement, anecdote, and aspiration.3, dated February 6, 1989, attached as an exhibit to Defendantsa#39; Memorandum of Points and Authoria ties in Support of ... The Becker affidavit set out the theoretical capabilities of PROFS software based on the user manual for the system;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Thirty years of electronic records|
|Author||:||Bruce I. Ambacher|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 2003-08-19|