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Friday, August 16 • 10:45am - 11:45am
SESSION 401 - The Access Conundrum Around Modern Public Records

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Increasingly government archives are accessioning very current records containing confidential or privileged information that may be the focus of research interest. Requests for access often arrive upon transfer of records, require immediate response, and can force the archives into the midst of political controversy. Panelists explore issues relating to access to modern government records, including statutes governing access, the archives/researcher relationship, the archives/records creator relationship, protecting individual rights, and whether government transparency is real or political rhetoric.


Speakers
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Eric Emerson

Director and SHPO, South Carolina Department of Archives and History
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David Haury

State Archivist, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
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Chris Ward

State Archivist, New York State Archives
Christine Ward is the New York State Archivist and Chief Executive Officer of the New York Archives Partnership Trust, the fundraising arm of the Archives. Throughout her career, Ms. Ward has published and lectured on topics concerning the archives profession and has provided expert advice to national organizations on the management of preservation programs as well as on administration and strategic development for cultural organizations. Ms... Read More →


Friday August 16, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Grand Ballroom C

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