U.S. Maritime Administration Heritage Asset Inventory

U.S. Maritime Administration Heritage Asset Inventory

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What Are the Benefits of Conducting a Collections Inventory? Client Challenge In order to maintain compliance with federal financial accounting standards (Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB), SFFAS 29, Heritage Assets and Stewardship Land), The U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) sought …

National Institutes of Health Records Management

National Institutes of Health Records Management

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How Can You Make Our Records Management Program Better? Client Challenge The National Institutes of Health’s Office of the Director was under pressure from the U.S. Congress to show evidence it was correctly implementing records management procedures. The NIH records …

Establishing the Department of Homeland Security Archives

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The History Office at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) first contracted with History Associates in 2004 to provide on-site archival services for its new history program. Building from the ground up, History Associates designed collection and access policies, prepared …

National Park Service Archival Preservation

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Can a Large Federal Agency’s Extensive Archival Backlog be Preserved on a Nationwide Scale? Client Challenge When the Washington Support Office (WASO) of the National Park Service (NPS) needed outside help to consistently process and catalog a massive backlog of …

Senator David Vitter Papers Preservation & Access Initiative

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How Do You Preserve the Legacy of a Career in Congress? Client Challenge When Senator David Vitter announced his retirement from Congress in 2017, he chose to preserve his legacy as a public servant by donating his professional papers to …

Normandy American Military Cemetery Exhibits

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What is the power of a personal story?  Client Challenge When the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) wanted to construct a new visitor center at the American Military Cemetery in Normandy, France, they needed a team of professionals to help …