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Records and Access Management
The Records and Access Management Office consists of two divisions:
Access Management and Records Management. Access Management staff advise
and assist the President and National Security Advisor by reviewing
classified information generated at the White House by the President, the
National Security Advisor, or the President's staff at NSC for release in
response to requests from researchers, historians, and the general
public. The Records Management staff assists the President and National
Security Advisor by facilitating the movement of documents to and from
the President, National Security Advisor, NSC Staff and NSC Executive
Secretary. Records Management receives all agency, VIP and Congressional
correspondence, distributes documents to appropriate staff, performs
staff research and maintains liaison with the Departments and other EOP
offices on outstanding matters.