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National Archives 2.0?

The National Security Archive at George Washington University has an overview article with good links on recent hearings focusing on the National Archives.

Witnesses at the hearing included National Security Archive General Counsel Meredith Fuchs, Patrice McDermott, director of OpenTheGovernment.org, and Lee White, executive director of the National Coalition for History.

Update: More information on the hearings here: NARA’s preservation practices for e-records called ‘fatally flawed’, By Jill R. Aitoro (05/21/2009).

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