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Protecting Federal records centers and archives from fire

United States. Public Buildings Service.

Protecting Federal records centers and archives from fire

report of the General Services Administration Advisory Committee on the protection of archives and records centers

by United States. Public Buildings Service.

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Published by General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fire prevention -- United States,
  • Fires -- United States,
  • Records -- Safety measures

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination202 p. :
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14902106M

    National Archives and Records Administration and Federal Records Centers. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the government agency that stores and maintains the U.S. Government’s permanent collection of documents that records important events in American history. National Archives and Records Administration Overview of Alternative Space Options for Libraries and Archives by Paul N. Banks, Special Challenges-Fire and Fire Suppression by Tom Goonan, Standards for Permanent Records Storage and Presidential Libraries by Richard Judson,

    FORMS LIBRARY ASSISTANCE: [email protected] LATEST UPDATES. OF - U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operator's Identification Card - Cancelled - 5/18/ OF - Physical Fitness Inquiry for Motor Vehicle Operators - Cancelled - 5/14/ GSA - Record of Authorization of Access to Proprietary or Source Selection Information - Cancelled - 5/12/ OF - Certificate of Medical. The National Personnel Records Center fire of , also referred to as the National Archives fire was a fire that occurred at the United States National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) in Overland, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, on J , striking a severe blow to the National Archives and Records Administration of the United States. NPRC, the custodian of military service.

    This records retention schedule authorizes the destruction/transfer of public records of all fire protection districts and departments relating to functions including the prevention and suppression of fires, the provision of emergency medical services, and the protection of life and Size: KB. Fire. Type and Press “enter” to Search. Toggle the Widgetbar ­ Visit the post for more.


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Protecting Federal records centers and archives from fire by United States. Public Buildings Service. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nobody knows Federal records better than NARA's Federal Records Centers Program. Sincewe have safeguarded the nation's records, including citizen tax returns, Official Military Personnel Folders, passport applications, and Top Secret military records.

Every day, NARA's Federal Records Centers deliver on the agency's mission to provide ready access to essential evidence. Get this from a library.

Protecting Federal records centers and archives from fire: report of the General Services Administration Advisory Committee on the protection of archives and records centers.

[United States. Public Buildings Service.]. United States. General Services Administration. Advisory Committee on the Protection of Archives and Records Centers. Protecting Federal records centers and archives from fire.

Washington, D.C.: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication. Records Transfer & Disposition Guidelines on transferring records to an FRC and information on: Transfers Disposition Permanent Records Move Scheduled Changes Reference Services Request your records electronically using Archives and Records Centers Information System (ARCIS).

Refiles Interfiles Looking for a Federal Records Centers Location. Our easy-to-use map puts. Government manaGinG anD ProtectinG FeDeral recorDS Federal records Storage for Paper records truSt the recorDS manaGement exPertS Creating a compliant federal records storage program requires expertise, proven processes and facilities that are specifically engineered to meet National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) documentation.

Addeddate Identifier NPRCFire Identifier-ark ark://t26b4m52t Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR) Ppi Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader Federal Records Centers exist in each region that house materials owned by federal government agencies.

Federal Records Centers are not open for public research but, in many cases, may be housed in the same complex or building as a National Archives regional office. The federal records centers (FRCs) are also administratively divided into two.

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General Services Administration. Following the disastrous fire in the Military Personnel Records Center in Overland, Missouri, in JulyU.S.

General Services Administration. A week ago on the blog, we learned about a massively destructive fire in the Smithsonian’s history.

Beyond the well thought out fire-proof reconstruction Smithsonian Secretary Joseph Henry started soon after the fire, what have we learned since that fateful day. Well, incidents can and do still happen, despite all the controls that Henry thought appropriate, and the precautionary Author: Nora Lockshin.

The National Archives and Records Administration operates a system of Federal records centers (FRCs) for the economical storage of and access to noncurrent records of the Federal Government. This government-wide program is authorized by 44 U.S.C.and   The following is from our Federal Records Center program.

FRC Septem Information on Federal Records Centers operations in the event of a Federal Government shutdown FRC MEMORANDUM TO FEDERAL AGENCY CONTACTS: Information on Federal Records Centers operations in the event of a Federal Government shutdown.

I would like to communicate with Federal. The Federal Records Act ofas amended, establishes the framework for records management programs in Federal Agencies. As the primary agency for records management oversight, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is responsible for assisting Federal agencies in maintaining adequate and proper documentation of policies and transactions of the Federal Government.

Federal Records Center National Archives Adelphi Road, Suite (2, mi) College Park, Maryland A refile technician puts records away at the National Personnel Records Center in Spanish Lake in a file image.

The Army records in this area of the records center were from post-WWII thru   Today’s post is from Criss Kovac.

Criss is the supervisor of the Motion Picture Preservation Lab, which is responsible for performing conservation and preservation work on motion picture records held across the National Archives.

Recently, she completed a digital restoration of The March. The March, the James Blue film documenting the March on Washington for Jobs. National Archives and Records Administration.

Contact: Contact the National Archives and Records Administration. Local Offices: National Archives Facilities, by State. Main Address: Adelphi Rd. College Park, MD Toll Free: NARA-NARA (1. Don’t panic when the documents you’re looking for have been sent to the National Archives or Federal Record Centers (FRC).

Our research specialists have the experience to quickly obtain archived court records and federal agency documents. We understand the complicated retrieval process better to locate the information you need, fast. Facilities for Academic Archives. General considerations. The archives should be in a fire-resistant or fireproof building and equipped with an appropriate heat/fire detection and suppression system, including smoke and heat detectors and fire extinguishers.

Local fire codes and regulations may dictate the final choice of these items. FAA Home About FAA Programs & Initiatives Records Management Tools Using The Federal Records Center Retrieving Records From the Federal Records Center. Share on Facebook; Tweet on Twitter; Completing the Retrieval Forms.

Boxes or files may be retrieved from the FRC using Optional Form Reference Request-Federal Records you have a high volume of retrievals from the FRC. longer needed by the agency.

All federal records must be scheduled (44 USC ) either by an agency schedule or a General Records Schedule (GRS). Responsibilities & General Requirements Every federal employee and contractor is responsible for creating, managing, protecting, and disposing of federal records in their custody.Records holding area records reference services † 8–3, page 54 Requesting reference service from Federal records centers † 8–4, page 54 Relocation of records within a Federal records center † 8–5, page 55 Other services offered by Federal records centers † 8–6, page 55 Chapter 9 Records Disposition, page 56 Disposition † 9–1 File Size: KB.Birth Records Uncertified copies of birth certificates for genealogical purposes are available to individuals, who may not otherwise be entitled to receive a certified copy, upon completion of the Application for Search of Birth Record Files (see FORMS in the right-hand column), if the person's date of birth precedes the current date by 75 years or more.