Office of Records Services, Washington, DC (NW)
The Office of Records Services, Washington, DC has custodial responsibility for the historically valuable records of the three branches of the Federal Government in the Washington, DC area.
Through its programs, the office appraises, accessions, preserves, describes, and provides access to these records.
- Records Control
- Holdings Maintenance
- Product Development
- Textual Archives
- Special Media Archives
- Customer Services
- - Archives Library Information Center
- - Research Support
Modern Records Programs
- Life Cycle Management
- Washington National Records Center
- Initial Processing/Declassification
- Electronic and Special Media Records
- Document Conservation
- Special Media Preservation
Center for the National Archives Experience
NARA's organization is based upon the priorities established in Preserving the Past to Protect the Future, the Strategic Plan of the National Archives and Records Administration.