US National Archives and Records Administration

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Headquarters College Park, MD
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) keeps 3% of all materials created in the course of conducting US federal government business important enough to preserve. A federal agency, NARA preserves, maintains, and provides access to documents that record important events in US history. To protect archives (including letters, memos, reports, and photographs documenting citizens' rights, federal officials' actions, and national experiences), NARA stores them in acid-free folders and boxes in dark spaces with consistent temperature and humidity. Some 95% of them... More

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Charles Piercy

Acting Assistant Archivist for Information Services and Acting CIO

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  Former Student Assistant in Washington, DC

Pros: It looks great on my resume, I was able to land another internship at the Department of Justice mostly because of my work at the US National Archives. I met incredible people, including vets, researchers, and just day-to-day people who wanted to… Full Review

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No Offer – Interviewed in Saint Louis, MO Jun 2014 – Reviewed Jun 22, 2014

Interview Details – Had a pleasant interview, but was rejected in short order. I had a 10 point hiring preference, but they didn't seem to consider it. Seemed to be a lock for the job until the end.Full Interview

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Best Places To Work in the Federal Government (Large), Partnership for Public Service, 2009

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