NARA Security & Oversight

For those who need a little light reading mid-semester, there are two new GAO reports on National Archives operations:

1)       The first reviews NARA information security and controls on their networks and systems;

2)      The second covers NARA’s general oversight and management of government records, including its self-assessment survey, it persistent backlog of records requiring preservation, as well as its electronic records initiatives.

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About rileydrj

Third generation Brooklynite received a B.A. in International Relations & History (American University, 1994) and an M.A. in Near Eastern Studies (NYU, 1997). Currently pursuing an M.A. in Archives Management (NYU, TBD).  Employed since 1996 in a research office-specialized library-archives at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations and since September 2010 in the Department of Preservation & Conservation at NYU’s Bobst Library.   Also spent 2001-2004 working part-time in the Luce Center for the Study of American Culture at the New-York Historical Society.  Personal research interests include post-WWII New York, especially the late 1940s-1960s, urban development and architecture.  Licensed as a New York City tour guide, avid kayaker and amateur photographer.
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