Federal Records Management

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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  Older items may have subsequently been superseded by more recent submissions.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 Records schedules will be marked inactive when all items on the schedule have been superseded.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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Tip 1: Use Phrases in Quotes

Example:  "audit files"

Without quotation marks, any page containing the words "audit" OR "files" will appear in results.
When surrounded by quotation marks, the words are treated as a phrase and only pages with the exact phrase "audit files" will appear in results. This is the most powerful query refinement technique.

Tip 2: Use a Plus (+) or Minus (-) Sign to Require or Reject Words

Example:  audit files +system -withdrawn

You can require that the word "system" be in any documents in the results list by placing a plus (+) sign before it.
You can reject words with the minus (-) sign.
In the example, no documents with the word "withdrawn" will appear on the results page unless a search engine is programmed to make them appear above the regular results list.

Tip 3: Combine Tips 1, 2

Example:  audit files +"Internal Revenue Service" +system

By combining phrases with a plus (+) or minus (-) sign, and capitalizing where it's appropriate, you can increase the relevance of search results.

Tip 4: Spell Out All Acronyms

Example:  Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Avoid using acronyms for instance: IRS for Internal Revenue Service can be mistaken for another acronym such as IRS-CI and effect search results.

Tip 5: Searching by Job Number

Example:  N1-016-00-001

NOTE: You MUST enter the job number in the correct format. Consult the SF 15 Numbering Key if necessary.

 

RG-0070: U.S. Bureau of Mines

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Title Number/Filename
Safety and Environmental Health File Revisions N1-070-86-001
Security Files N1-070-87-002
Terminated Publications, 1911-1956 N1-070-88-001
Ongoing Publications N1-070-88-002
Research and Development Records N1-070-90-001
Miscellaneous Schedule Revisions N1-070-92-001
Delegation of Authority, Directives, Telephone, Awards, and Grievance/Disciplinary/Adverse Action Records N1-070-93-001
Mineral Commodity Survey Records N1-070-94-001
Budget Records N1-070-94-002
Environmental Impact, Commodity, and Minerals Availability Systems Records N1-070-94-003
Waste Management and Superfund Files N1-070-95-001
Mineral Property and Land Assessment Records N1-070-96-001
Research and Development Records N1-070-96-002
Survey Forms, Schedules, and Tabulations NC-070-75-001
Comprehensive Schedule NC-174-000158
Helium Plant Production and Operation Files NC1-070-76-01
Studies and Surveys NC1-070-76-02
Miscellaneous Personnel Administration Files, 1904-1946 NC1-070-80-01
Records Concerning an Unpublished History of the Bureau of Mines, 1910-1960 NC1-070-80-02
World War II History Project Records NC1-070-80-03
Comprehensive Schedule NC1-070-80-04
Time and Attendance and Payroll Reports, 1976-1978 NC1-070-80-05
Mineral Reports Files, 1939-1960 NC1-070-80-06
San Francisco Regional Office Miscellaneous Records NC1-070-80-07
Vouchers, 1978-1979 NC1-070-80-08
Photographs 1919-1950's NC1-070-82-01
Miscellaneous Records, 1907-1945 NC1-070-82-02
Environmental Impact Statement Files NC1-070-84-01
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