Overview Edit

The District of Columbia's Office of Public Records Management, Archival Administration, and Library of Government Information

was established in 1985 by DC Law 6-19 to collect, preserve, conserve, and service the official records of the District of Columbia government. The Office of Public Records consists of three divisions, the District of Columbia Archives, District of Columbia Records Center, and the Library of Government Information. These repositories hold a wide array of documents that include administrative, architectural, engineering, fiscal, genealogical, historical, and legal records.[1]

References Edit

  1. States of Sustainability: A Review of State Projects funded by the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP), at 30-31.

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