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Electronic Records Archives in Action

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Uploaded on Jan 4, 2012

The National Archives is now changing the way we take custody of records from federal agencies. We are now using the Electronic Records Archives, or ERA. ERA is not only a system for storing electronic records. We are currently transferring permanent textual records on a daily basis using ERA. The Department of the Navy demonstrates how ERA was used to transfer deck logs to the legal and physical custody of the National Archives. ERA replaces a paper-based system that could take months.

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