National Declassification Center Process
This was a weekly “Know Your Records” program of the National Archives.
Supervisory Archivist Neil Carmichael explained the mission of the National Declassification Center and the process of reviewing and releasing historic… read more
Supervisory Archivist Neil Carmichael explained the mission of the National Declassification Center and the process of reviewing and releasing historic declassified government records to the public. Their is a backlog of over 408 million pages of classified government records waiting to be processed by the National Declassification Center. President Obama set a deadline in 2013 for reviewing these historic government records that date back as far as World War I. Mr. Carmichael illustrated his lecture with charts and responded to questions from members of the audience.
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