The National Archives has awarded a $308 million contract to Lockheed Martin to build an electronic records system. Computerworld quotes Ken Thibodeau, director of the Electronic Records Archives.
The system will do three basic things. It will start modernizing the National Archives business processes; it will allow the rest of the government to interact with us online, which they currently can't do; and it will vastly expand public access to electronic records in the National Archives and the presidential libraries.
Lockheed won the contract in a year-long bidding process over Harris Corp. The first phase will be online in 1007 and the full system will be operational by 2011.
E-Records White Papers
- Digital Imaging Guidelines for State Agencies - Kansas State Historical Society
- Kansas State Records Management Manual: State Records Center Procedures - Kansas State Historical Society
- Recordkeeping in Today’s Regulatory Environment - Information Today
- Next-Generation Records Management: Achieving Digital Transparency in Government - Information Today
- Records Management Guidance for Agencies Implementing Electronic Signature Technologies - U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
- Management of Electronic Transactions and Signed Records - National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council
- Electronic Records Management Guidelines for State Government - National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council
- CACI HighView: Document and Records Management Technology - CACI International
- Protecting Personal Information in Electronic Records: Managing Privacy and Access in E-Government - State of Georgia
- Kansas Local Records Management Manual - Kansas State Historical Society