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NARA to Work on ERA 2.0 Issues Ahead of Broader Deployment

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NARA to Work on ERA 2.0 Issues Ahead of Broader Deployment

The National Archives and Records Administration said it will address issues in its new electronic records management system and will make it available to more users by mid-September.

U.S. Chief Records Officer Laurence Brewer said in a memorandum to federal records management offices that agencies have been using the Electronic Record Archive 2.0 system since June to submit transfer requests. He shared that the system will have full functionality for records scheduling by Sept. 18.

Brewer urges users to look at new training materials and other preparatory resources prior to the implementation of the ERA 2.0 update, Federal News Network reported Tuesday.

ERA 2.0 uses cloud-based tools to process and transfer digital records across numerous physical locations. It also includes a new dashboard that allows users to track record scheduling and transfer requests.

NARA has been updating the ERA system since it was first used in 2008 to ingest and store electronic records across the federal government. According to the agency, ERA 2.0 efforts include system modernization, design updates and end-to-end life cycle coverage for electronic records.

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