Makes historic records of permanent research value available to the public. Responsible for accessioning and physical processing of records. Describes the Archives’ records and books through indexes and catalogs; maintains the Division’s web site and databases. Oversees preservation and reformatting and digitizes records for access. Provides outreach preservation services through consulting, publications and training.
Helps the public use archival records on‐site and by e‐mail. Provides opportunities for public involvement through outreach activities workshops as well as our internship and Friends programs. Organizes education and exhibit programs.
Records and Information Management Services
Helps state agencies and local governments manage current records efficiently through workshops, consultations, technical leaflets, and retention period. Stores the inactive records of state agencies until they have reached the end of their retention period.
Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council (GHRAC)
Helps local governments, historical societies, libraries, museums and other repositories through grants, an awards program, and Board (GHRAC) preferred practices for historical records programs.