Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Government classifying documents

As reported in the New York Times article, "U.S. Reclassifies Many Documents in Secret Review," some government agencies have been searching documents sent to the National Archives and reclassifying previously publicly available material. The independent group, National Security Archive, has been monitoring this reclassification and has put some of the withdrawn documents up on their web site. If you are interested in declassified government documents, check out our subject guide, which has links to many freely available sources. We also subscribe to two databases that contain declassified documents, the Declassified Documents Reference Service and the Digital National Security Archive, these databases are only accessible to people affiliated with CU-Boulder.

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