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These requests for disposition authority documents are agency requests to NARA submitted since 1973.  Older items may have subsequently been superseded by more recent submissions.  Please see the FAQ for more information. Questions about active disposition authorities should be directed to the agency records officer.

NOTE: NARA’s process for determining which records schedules in the RCS are currently valid is an ongoing work in progress. Records schedules will be marked inactive when all items on the schedule have been superseded. Before implementing disposition using these records schedules, always verify that you are using the most recent and current disposition authority (or item).

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RG-0319: Army Staff

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Title Number/Filename
Department of the Army, Army Staff [Capstone Form] GRS-6-1-0319-2016-0001
Historical Records of Fort Lawton, Washington State, 1908-67 Inactive N1-319-88-001
Army Information Digest Record Copies, ca. 1946-62; Troop Information Administrative Files, ca. 1956-63 Inactive N1-319-88-002
Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ASCI), 1940-65 N1-319-88-003
Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ASCI), 1940-63 Inactive N1-319-88-004
Deputy Chief of Staff for Military Operations Records, 1957-63 Inactive NC1-319-79-01
Wherry Project Records, 1949-56; Real Property Administrative Files, 1964; Army Emergency Facilities Depreciation Board Cases, 1953-61 Inactive NC1-319-79-02
Supply Records, 1961-64 Inactive NC1-319-79-03
Foreign Training Data, 1954-64 NC1-319-79-04
Fiscal, Budget, and Accounting Files, 1947-65 Inactive NC1-319-80-01
Civilian Personnel Inspection Files, 1955-63, Subject Files of Salary and Wage Administration Division, 1948-56, and Technical Missions, Structure, and Career Development (TECSTAR) Printouts, 1964-65 Inactive NC1-319-80-02
Microfilm of Distribution Sheets for Intelligence Documents, 1944-50, Microfilm of Numerical Index to Intelligence Documents, 1946-50, and Numerical Index to Intelligence Documents, 1944-61 Inactive NC1-319-80-03
Railroad Timetables and Foreign Telephone Directories, 1946-62 Inactive NC1-319-80-04
Records Relating to the Application of Locality Wage Rates, 1948-64, and Wage Survey Files, 1946-63 Inactive NC1-319-80-05
Office of the Chief of Research and Development (OCRD) Records, 1956-62 Inactive NC1-319-80-06
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