NASA Records Management
What is a Record? Records document the Agency's business: it's organizations, policies, decisions, achievements, and operations. Records that document those aspects of NASA business are contained on paper, audio/visual, micrographics, and electronic media and managed as information resources. Information, in the form of records, is a critical resource necessary to assure the success of the Space program and preserve its history.
The objectives of NASA records management are to:
- make current and inactive records available for employee use,
- preserve significant records for future engineers and our Nation's history, and
- legally dispose of all others.
NASA Records Management Policies and Plans
- NPD 1440.6I—NASA Records Management
- NPR 1441.1E—NASA Records Management Program Requirements
- NRRS 1441.1, NASA Records Retention Schedules
NASA records of temporary retention value are destroyed, and historically significant records transferred to the National Archives, in accordance with this NPR.
NASA Official for Records Management Related Matters
NASA Records Officer:
Patti F. Stockman
NASA Office of the Chief Information Officer
Washington, DC 20546-0001