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Hearing on electronic preservation in the White House

The Committee on Oversight and Government Reform is the main investigative committee in the U.S. House of Representatives. It has authority to investigate the subjects within the Committee’s legislative jurisdiction as well as “any matter” within the jurisdiction of the other standing House Committees.
Tues. Feb. 26 at 10 am the full Committee will hold a hearing entitled “Electronic Records Preservation at the White House.”  According to the Committee website,  the witnesses expected to testify include:

  • Alan R. Swendiman, Director, Office of Administration
  • Theresa Payton, Chief Information Officer, Office of Administration
  • The Honorable Allen Weinstein, Archivist of the United States
  • Gary M. Stern, General Counsel, National Archives and Records Administration
  • Sharon Fawcett, Assistant Archivist for Presidential Libraries
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