Who We Are

NAGARA is the preeminent professional association dedicated to the improvement of federal, state, and local government records and information management and the professional development of government records administrators and archivists.

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2017 NAGARA
Annual Conference

Were you unable to attend this year's historic Annual Conference? No worries! View the moments that made this year's conference so special, download the session presentations, review the conference program, and learn the names of our valuable volunteers who made this event possible. 

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NAGARA members enjoy several benefits including access to the NEW NAGARA Resource Library, Member Discussion Forums, the NAGARA Webinar Series (and its archives), incredible networking opportunities, and substantial discounts on seasonally-held regional events and the Annual Conference.

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Recent News and Articles of Interest

What We’re Looking For: Taking Your Session Proposal from Good to Excellent

Posted on 10/31/2017
ARCHIVES*RECORDS Program Committee members’ thoughts on what they’ll be looking for during the proposal evaluation process.

From the AOTUS: Ensuring Relevancy for the 21st Century and Beyond

Posted on 10/3/2017
In the first year of each administration, Federal agencies revise their strategic plans and outline goals for the next four years. We posted our draft Strategic Plan for review and comment in August.

Missouri State Archives Case Study

Posted on 9/21/2017
The Missouri State Archives encourages other NAGARA members to review this recently completed case study demonstrating to other institutions that managing electronic records does not have to come at an incredible cost.

Solicitation for Comments: NARA's 2018-2022 Strategic Plan

Posted on 8/24/2017
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) invites comments on the draft of their 2018-2022 Strategic Plan.

New Mexico Historical Records Advisory Board Call for Consultants

Posted on 8/15/2017
The New Mexico Historical Records Advisory Board (NMHRAB) is conducting a search for qualified archivists, conservators, and records managers to do consulting work with historical records repositories.