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National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) 05/19 Page 1 Archivist of the United States : David Ferriero Department: National Archives History & Mission: Congress established the National Archives in 1934 to preserve and care for the records of the U.S. Government. Previously, Federal records were kept in various basements, attics, abandoned buildings, and other storage places with little security or concern for storage conditions. In 1935, Archives staff began to survey Feder al records and the next year began transferring records to the new National Archives building in Washington, DC. From one building on Pennsylvania Avenue, the National Archives now has over 40 facilities nationwide including field archives, Federal Records Centers, Presidential Libraries, the Federal Register, and the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. National Archive’s Mission is to provide public access to Federal Government records in our custody and control. Public access to government records strengthens democracy by allowing Americans to claim their rights of citizenship, hold their government accountable, and understand their history so they can participate more effectively in their government. The Vision is to transform th e American public's relationship with their government, with archives as a relevant and vital resource. This vision harnesses the opportunities to collaborate with other Federal agenci

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es, the private sector, and the public to offer information — including re cords, data, and context — when, where, and how it is needed. We will lead the archival and information professions to ensure archives thrive in a digital world. Maryland Employees: 882 Procurement Contracts in 2018 :  $ 159,918,393 US Total  $66,035,553 Performed in Maryland 8601 Adelphi Road College Park, Maryland 20740 1 - 866 - 272 - 6272 Prince George’s County www.archives.gov National Archives and Record Administration (NARA) 05/19 Page 2 Maryland Facilities Resources Doing Busine ss with the National Archives Grant Program Branches and Contacts Office of the Archivist of the United States 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, Maryland 20740 David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States 202 - 357 - 5900 David.ferriero@nara.gov Jay Trainer, Executive for Agency Services 301 - 837 - 3064 jay.trainer@nara.gov Office of Government Information Services 8601 Adelphi Road College Park, Maryland 20740 Alina M. Semo , Director 202 - 741 - 5771 alina.semo@nara.gov Business Support Services 8601 Adelphi Road College Park, Maryland 20740 Donna Forbes, Acting Executive 301 - 837 - 1867 donna.forbes@nara.gov La Verne Fields, Chief Acquisition Officer Laverne.fields@nara.gov National Archives in College Park (Prince George’s County) Wa

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shington National Records Center (Prince George’s County) National Archives and Record Administration (NARA) 05/19 Page 3 Washington National Records Center The Washington National Records Center was dedicated in 1966. It encompasses approximately 789,000 square feet of space and has a capacity to hold over 3.9 million cubic feet of federal records. WNRC provides records management services to headquarters and field offices of federal agencies located in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia , and West Virginia. It also serves federal court s located in the District of Columbia and armed forces worldwide. 4205 Suitland Road Suitland, Maryland 20746 301 - 778 - 1600 Prince George’s County Christopher Pinkney, Director 301 - 778 - 1511 Christopher.pinkney@nara.gov Ann Baker, Administrative Officer 301 - 778 - 1518 Ann.baker@nara.gov National Archives in College Park The National Archives in College Park houses textual and microfile records including cartographic and architectural holdings; the Nixon Presidential Materials; electronic records; motion picture, sound, and video records; the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection; still pictures; the Berlin Documents Center microfilm; and textual records from most civilian agencies and military records dating from World War II. 8601 Adelphi Road College Park, Maryland 20740 301 - 837 - 2000 Prince George’s Coun t

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