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Agency Services

Executive for Agency Services: Jay A. Trainer

Agency Services leads NARA’s efforts to meet the ongoing records management needs of the Federal Government and represent the public interest in the accountability and transparency of this management. Agency Services leverages the position of the Chief Records Officer to improve appraisal, scheduling, and preservation of records through oversight of records management in Federal agencies, and the Federal Records Center program is responsible for servicing and storage of records.  The National Declassification Center coordinates the timely and appropriate processing of referrals of 25-year-old and older classified records of permanent historical value, while the Information Security Office is responsible to the President for policy and oversight of the Government-wide security classification system.  The Office of Government Information Services reviews Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) activities government-wide and helps to resolve disputes between requesters and agencies.

Phone: 301-837-3064

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