In Digital Age, Federal Files Blip Into Oblivion

In today’s New York Times, Robert Pear writes –

Countless federal records are being lost to posterity because federal employees, grappling with a staggering growth in electronic records, do not regularly preserve the documents they create on government computers, send by e-mail and post on the Web.

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