Open Government at the National Archives

Upcoming Webinars

The NHPRC will be hosting a series of webinars in February and March for organizations interested in applying for Electronic Records or Digitizing Historical Records grants.

Electronic Records Projects Grants

Applications will be accepted for 1) Start-up projects that develop the capacity of institutions to prepare to capture and preserve electronic records through program planning; 2) Collaborative projects that establish and/or improve electronic records archives by engaging in effective and innovative collaborations; or, 3) Professional Development projects that develop and offer professional education curricula, basic and advanced institutes, or research seminars.

For more details see the full grant announcement at http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/electronic.html. Applications are due on June 11, 2013. NHPRC staff will review drafts submitted by April 1, 2013.

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Digitizing Historical Records Grants

These grants support digitizing projects that use cost-effective methods to digitize nationally significant historical records collections and make the digital versions freely available online. Projects must make use of existing holdings of historical repositories, and consist of entire collections or series. The materials should already be available to the public at the archives and described so that projects can re-use existing information to serve as metadata for the digitized collection.

The full announcement is available at http://www.archive.gov/nhprc/announcement/digitizing.html. Applications are due June 11, 2013. NHPRC staff will review drafts submitted by April 1, 2013.

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