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National Archives & Records Administration Selects PageFreezer for Social Media Archiving

We’re pleased to announce that after bidding on an exciting project among other competitors in the social media archiving space, we have been chosen as the archiving provider for the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) - the nation’s record keeper.

National Archives and Records Administration

In September 2017, NARA issued an RFP seeking the most capable partner to archive over 140 social media accounts. The expectation included real-time archiving of various social media networks, collection of the complete social media conversations including photos, videos and metadata, powerful full-text search functionality, advanced rules-based retention scheduling, and data export capabilities to WARC for long term preservation.

Our RFP response highlighted the various strengths and top features of our archiving software, our years of experience archiving active pages with high capacity content, and the flexibility and affordability of our comprehensive software and service. After a long and detailed process, we are very much looking forward to working with the nation’s record keeper.

About NARA 

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation’s record keeper. It preserves, safeguards, and makes available the records of our Government, ensuring that the people can discover, use, and learn from this documentary heritage. It establishes policies and procedures for the preservation and management of U.S.  Government records; manages the Presidential Libraries system; and publishes Federal laws and regulations, as well as Presidential and other public documents.

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