GHRAB Announces New Revision of Preferred Practices Manual
The Georgia Historical Records Advisory Board (GHRAB) was created by statute during the 1993 Georgia General Assembly. The Board has twelve members, appointed by the Governor, and representing citizens, educators, local governments, historical repositories, and professional organizations.
GHRAB works to ensure that Georgians of all ages are made aware of the significant historical records located statewide, enhances the preservation and care of these treasures, and improves the access that Georgians have to their records. Board operations are funded through annual appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly and through the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).
The Georgia Historical Records Advisory Board (GHRAB) promotes the educational use of Georgia’s documentary heritage by all its citizens, evaluates and improves the condition of records, encourages statewide planning for preservation and access to Georgia’s historical records, and advises the Secretary of State and the Georgia Archives on issues concerning records.
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Programs and Services
Directory: Use the Directory of Historical Organizations to locate information resources.
Grant Programs: Learn about grant programs available for the preservation of historical
records and how to apply.
Awards Program: This program recognizes
outstanding efforts in archives and records work in Georgia. Find out
about prior winners and how to nominate a person or organization for an
Preferred Practices Manual: Online manual and self-assessment guide originally published by GHRAB in 1999 and revised in 2010.
Board Operations: Learn more
about the Board, its membership and strategic plan.
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