National Archives digitizes 200 million pages of government records
As part of its latest strategic plan, NARA intends to move a total of 500 million pages online by 2026.
OMB issues guidance on NARA’s transition to electronic record keeping
The end of 2022 looms as the deadline for a paperless future, and the White House is laying out expectations and deadlines.
White House Historical Association dives into more digitization
The nonprofit is now using Amazon Snowball to upload a backlog of around seven terabytes of data to its Digital Library.
Obama’s foundation plots digital-first archive in lieu of presidential library
The Obama Foundation and the National Archives and Records Administration will work together to digitize the the president's unclassified physical records "to the greatest extent possible."
Gov Actually Episode 4: OPM’s Beth Cobert and ‘the call’
Acting OPM Director Beth Cobert joins Gov Actually to talk about being called upon in 2015 to lead the response to the agency's massive cyber breaches.
Cyber takes center stage at FedTalks 2016
There's a greater need than ever for cybersecurity to play a central role in discussions at the highest levels of government, federal IT officials and industry tech executives championed Tuesday at FedScoop's FedTalks 2016.