Twenty years ago, I testified in Congress on the Presidential Records Act and the need for reforms to preserve these records for history. This morning I will testify again on this subject before the Senate Committee on Homeland and Governmental Affairs in a hearing entitled “Correcting the Public Record: Reforming Federal and Presidential Records Management.”
The hearing will begin at 10:00 am in SD-342 Senate Dirksen Building & via videoconference. It will also be shown at 8pm on C-Span2.
The witness list and my written testimony are below.
Jason R. BaronProfessor of the Practice, College of Information StudiesUniversity of Maryland
Anne WeismannOutside Counsel for Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washingtonand the Project on Government Oversight
Jonathan TurleyJ.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest LawThe George Washington University Law School