After the pomp and ceremony of Inauguration Day, a new President arrives at a White House that is ready to support a new administration. This readiness is made possible by months of preparation and coordination among people from across the federal government.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is proud to play a critical role in the transition from one Presidential administration to another.
So begins a concise explanation of NARA’s role in the archiving of the Obama’s administration’s records. Read the rest of Archivist David S. Ferriero’s piece here at the Organization of American Historians’ blog: Moving On: NARA’s Role in a Presidential Transition – Process