To safeguard and preserve the records of our government, ensuring that the people can discover, use and learn from this documentary heritage. To support democracy, promote civic education and facilitate historical understanding of our national experience.
Headquarters: College Park, MD. Multiple regional facilities and Presidential Libraries and Museums located countrywide.
The National Archives and Records Administration ranked 21st out of agencies in the 2010 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings with an index score of 57.1.
NARA has an exciting mission serving as the repository of government records. The agency’s Web site highlights its many activities and highlights the career opportunities that are available for interested candidates. To help attract highly qualified candidates, NARA approved 21 student loan repayments totaling a little over $146,000 in FY 2007.
While most positions at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) are associated with archives records management and library and information science, NARA also offers exceptional opportunities for those interested in business, information technology, education and political science.
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