15 May Understanding Federal Records Centers
Over the years, the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has provided the federal government with a wide range of records management services. One of their most important and helpful services is running, in cooperation with other federal agencies, a collection of massive Federal Records Centers (FRCs) across the country. Originally opened in 1950, today there are 18 regional facilities that manage over 29 million cubic feet of records. But how do FRCs work, and what role do they play in the modern management of federal records?
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