Preserving and presenting history for the greater good
Clients from large U.S. federal agencies, state governments, and local municipal offices have contracted with History Associates to help manage their historical resources and present history that educates diverse audiences.
Many clients require written histories to provide reference materials to future policymakers. Some need help organizing large backlogs of archival and historical collections. Museums and history offices often contract with us to create interpretive planning documents or content for public exhibits. We have assisted in developing and assessing history programs for agencies including the U.S. Navy, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the Department of Homeland Security. Federal and state agencies have also hired us to conduct specialized research in support of legal matters. All of our clients trust us to handle highly valuable or sensitive material with the utmost integrity.
We are a low-risk, established vendor with a track record of successfully completing historical services projects to the stated requirements on time and within budget. We have particular expertise working for governments and are on the GSA schedule for records management services. We routinely staff projects across the country with highly trained and experienced historians, archivists, and museum professionals who work well with their program managers and contracting officers.
Services We Offer:
- Collections Management
- Interpretive Planning
- Historical Research for Litigation
Agencies like the National Library of Medicine, the National Park Service, and the City of Rockville have repeatedly engaged us for historical services, from simple research to complex, multi-year projects. If you are conducting market research for a history project, or would just like to discuss ideas to address your particular challenge, feel free to contact us at 301-279-9697 or through our contact us page.