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Lisa Haralampus

Lisa Haralampus is the Director of the Records Management Policy and Outreach program in the Office of the Chief Records Officer for the U.S. Government at the National Archives and Records Administration, a role she’s held for the past 10 years. Ms. Haralampus is a seasoned professional with a distinguished career in federal records and information management. With a deep commitment to the effective management and preservation of federal records, Lisa leads a program of dedicated professionals in developing records management policies and guidance to federal agencies, including guidance related to electronic records standards, technology, and processes. Ms. Haralampus supports federal records management through engagement and advocacy related to the transition to digital government and compliance with records management requirements.

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Archiving  |  Digital Preservation  |  Digital Transformation

An Overview of NARA's Newest Guidance on Digitizing Permanent Federal Records

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation's record keeper. We identify, protect, preserve, and make publicly available the historically valuable records of all three branches of the federal government. NARA is also the nation’s records manager. That is to say, NARA’s Office of the Chief Records Officer for the U.S. Government leads records management throughout the federal government and assesses the effectiveness of federal records management policies and programs. Part of that work is to issue guidance to federal agencies on a wide variety of records management topics. One of NARA’s newest guidance products to federal agencies is regulations with digitization standards for permanent records.

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