|LC Classifications||KF26 .G67 1978i|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 45 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||79601730|
The Presidential Records Act (PRA) of , 44 U.S.C. ß, governs the official records of Presidents and Vice Presidents that were created or received after Janu (i.e., beginning with the Reagan Administration). The PRA changed the legal ownership of the official records of the President from private to public, and established a new statutory structure under which Presidents. But the PRA, enacted November 4, , provided broader authority for records preservation. The intent of the PRA was to protect the historically valuable records of the presidency by making them the property of the federal government, rather than the personal property of the President as they had been previously, ensuring that a President could not unilaterally destroy or obstruct access to records. The Presidential records act of , S. [microform]: hearing before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, second session, on S. Septem Presidential Records Act of established public ownership of presidential records. The change in records ownership was the result of decades of lobbying, primarily by historians and journalists, against a government that often made its records inaccessible. Nevertheless, it was not an issue with which the general public concerned itself.
Committee on Oversight and Government Reform - marshrs05RFM_b.2 - Rayburn - The Presidential Records Act of (Part 2 of 2) - On Thursday. This part implements the provisions of the Presidential Records Act of , as amended, 44 U.S.C. , and establishes requirements for preserving, protecting, disposing of, and providing access to all Presidential and Vice-Presidential records created during a Presidential or Vice Presidential term of office beginning on or after. (44 U.S.C. Chapter 22) § Definitions § Ownership of Presidential records § Management and custody of Presidential records § Restrictions on access to Presidential records § Exceptions to restricted access § Regulations § Vice-Presidential records § Note. Rule of Construction § Claims of constitutionally based privilege against. [th Congress Public Law ] [From the U.S. Government Publishing Office] [[Page STAT. ]] Public Law th Congress An Act To amend chapter 22 of ti United States Code, popularly known as the Presidential Records Act, to establish procedures for the consideration of claims of constitutionally based privilege against disclosure of Presidential records, and for other.
Presently, because of ’s Presidential Libraries Act, then ’s Presidential Records Act of , and also, finally the Presidential Libraries Act of Presidential libraries are maintained and funded through both public and private resources – enabling these libraries to become valuable and extensive archives of public record and history. The Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act (PRMPA) of (Pub.L. 93–, 88 Stat. , enacted Decem , codified at 44 U.S.C. § , note) is an act of Congress enacted in the wake of the August resignation of President Richard M. Nixon. It placed Nixon's presidential records into federal custody to prevent their destruction. Presidential and Federal Records Act Amendments of Nov. 26, [H.R. ] ccoleman on DSK8P6SHH1 with PUBLAWLAW VerDate Mar 15 Jkt PO Frm Fmt Sfmt E:\PUBLAW\PUBL PUBL STAT. PUBLIC LAW –—NOV. 26, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the ``Presidential Records Act of ´´.. Sec. s Management, Preservation, and Public Availability.