Intelligence Law Glossary - Records Having Permanent Historical Value


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Records Having Permanent Historical Value

Administrative Law

Executive Order 12958, Classified National Security Information, § 6.1(ee) (1995) (superseded)

“Records having permanent historical value” means Presidential papers or Presidential records and the records of an agency that the Archivist has determined should be maintained permanently in accordance with title 44, United States Code.

Executive Order 13,526, Classified National Security Information, § 6.1 (ii) (December 29, 2009)

For purposes of this order:
(ii)  "Records having permanent historical value" means Presidential papers or Presidential records and the records of an agency that the Archivist has determined should be maintained permanently in accordance with title 44, United States Code.