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National Archives to Help Launch the Digital Public Library of America’s Pilot Project

“Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero announced today that the National Archives, as a leading content provider to the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), will help launch its first pilot project. The DPLA is a large-scale, collaborative project across government, research institutions, museums, libraries and archives to build a digital library platform to make America’s cultural and scientific history free and publicly available anytime, anywhere, online through a single access point.”

via Digital Public Library of America

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National Archives and Government Printing Office Release Presidential Documents App

“The National Archives’ Office of the Federal Register (OFR) and the Government Printing Office today released a Presidential Documents free mobile Web application (app) on the President’s daily public activities.

The Presidential Documents app includes the President’s Executive orders, speeches, statements, communications to Congress and Federal Agencies, approved acts, nominations submitted to the Senate, White House announcements, and White House press releases. The app’s user-friendly search engine can be searched by date, category, subject, or location.”

via National Archives

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National Archives Joins Federal Agencies to Launch New Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Online System

“The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), along with the Department of Commerce (DOC), have partnered to develop an online system aimed at expanding public access to information requested under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). FOIAonline, formerly known as the FOIA Module, is available as of today (October 1). It offers the public one place to submit FOIA requests, track their progress, communicate with the processing agency, search other requests, access previously released responsive documents and file appeals with participating agencies.”

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Archives launches database of looted Nazi art

AP – “Paintings, jewelry, religious artifacts and other cultural treasures looted by the Nazis often passed through several pairs of hands in multiple countries once they were recovered by the Allies after World War II.

Meticulous records were kept, but those are spread among a variety of places that preserve archives. Now, they can all be accessed through a single website.”

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Conservative watchdog group sues National Archives for Clinton tapes

Washington Post – “A conservative watchdog group has file a lawsuit claiming that 79 recorded conversations between then-President Bill Clinton and his friend and historian Taylor Branch should be made public, citing openness in government laws passed after Watergate.”

Read the complaint

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