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Open Government — DOL Records Management

Table of Contents

Prior to requesting any records from the Department of Labor or its agencies, a formal FOIA request must be initiated. For guidance, please visit http://www.dol.gov/dol/foia/guide6.htm#how.

DOL Records Management Program

  • DOL Records Management Program Objectives
  • DOL Records Management Organizational Structure
  • DOL Records Management Roles and Responsibilities
  • DOL Employee Records Management Responsibilities

DOL Records Management Contacts

DOL Agency Records Managers

DOL Records Management Policy

  • Department of Labor Management Series (DLMS) 1 — Records Management
  • DOL Email and Electronic Records Management Policy

DOL Frequently Asked Questions About Records Management

DOL Frequently Asked Questions About Email

DOL NARA Records Management Guidance and Regulations

DOL Records Control Schedules

  • DOL Record Group Numbers
  • DOL Records Control Schedules

NARA General Records Schedule (GRS)




The DOL Records Management Program

The Federal Records Act, 44 U.S.C. 3301 forms the framework for records management programs in Federal agencies. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is responsible for assisting Federal agencies in maintaining adequate and proper documentation of policies and transactions of the Federal Government. The DOL Records Management Program is designed to monitor proper recordkeeping practices in the most cost-effective manner. The primary purpose of records management is to allow people to find and use information (records).




DOL Records Management Program Objectives

The Department's Records Management Program objectives are to:

  • Provide effective control, appropriate security, and management over the creation, maintenance, use and disposition of all records within the Department regardless of recording media.
  • Ensure that the records accurately reflect the business practices, polices, and transactions of the Department.
  • Foster effective and economical Departmental record keeping.
  • Ensure care, preservation and disposition of the Department's records.
  • Coordinate records management activities with other information management and Departmental activities.
  • Ensure all DOL employees are well-informed of their records management responsibilities.
  • Prevent the unauthorized access, removal, and loss of Departmental records.



Records Management Organizational Structure


Records Management Organizational Structure



DOL Records Management Roles and Responsibilities

A description of the specific records management roles and responsibilities of the following DOL Officials can be found in DLMS 1, Chapter 400, DOL Records Management Program:

  • The Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (ASAM)
  • The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management, Director, Business Operations Center (BOC)
  • Office of the Solicitor
  • DOL Agency Heads
  • Regional DOL Agency Heads
  • Agency Program Managers

DOL Chief Information Officer (CIO)/IRM Official

  • Serves as DOL's Official responsible for the information resources management program; that is, the process of managing information resources to accomplish agency missions, which encompasses both information itself and related resources, or assets, such as personnel, equipment, funds, and information technology.
  • Coordinates with the DOL Records Officer to ensure that the design and implementation of the agency's information systems incorporate Federal and agency records management requirements.

DOL Records Officer (Departmental Records Officer)

  • Serves as the DOL Official responsible for overseeing the agency's records management program.
  • Represents the Department in Federal records management activities and resolves records management conflicts within the Department.
  • Ensures that DOL has an up-to-date records management directive.
  • Advises and assists DOL agencies in administering their agency's Records Management Program.
  • Providing advice and guidance to Departmental senior officials and staff on the creation, maintenance and use of records, electronic recordkeeping and electronic mail systems.
  • Creates and maintains a network of agency records managers and records liaisons responsible for overseeing the agency records management programs in DOL headquarters and field offices in cooperation with the Departmental Records Officer.
  • Serves as the primary DOL Official who coordinates records management matters with NARA. GSA and other oversight agencies.
  • Convenes as deemed necessary, Records Management Work Groups comprised of agency records management representatives to address common records management issues and concerns.
  • Maintains a Master Index of the Department's records schedules.
  • Coordinates matters relating to records management with DOL's FOIA/Privacy Act Official(s), IRM Official, Solicitor's Office, the DOL Inspector General, Public Affairs Officer, Web manager, the agency historian, system administrators, program managers, as well as program managers responsible for special media, such as audiovisual records, cartographic and architectural records, and printed records.
  • Ensures that recordkeeping requirements are established, implemented, and periodically updated for all offices at all levels and for all record media, including electronic and other special records.
  • Performs periodic reviews for the effectiveness and efficiency of the Department's Records Management Program.

Agency Records Manager

  • Serves as the DOL official responsible for overseeing the agency records management program.
  • Serves as liaison with the Departmental Records Officer and NARA/GSA on records management activities, as outlined in DOL's records management policy directive, DLMS 1, Chapter 400, DOL Records Management Program.
  • Coordinates the scheduling and disposition of agency records, including electronic records, with the agency Records Liaison(s), Records Custodian(s), Program Manager(s), Information Resource Manager(s) or designee(s).
  • Maintains an inventory of the agency's electronic and automated systems creating Federal records, paper and electronic stationery and forms, and electronic publications.
  • Provides Annual Reports to the Departmental Records Officer, in accordance with the DLMS1, Chapter 400, DOL Records Management Program.
  • Providing advice, guidance, and instructions to agency office components and staff on records management activities and requirements, electronic recordkeeping, and electronic mail systems.
  • Provides guidance and assistance to the Regional organizational components to ensure that records are managed and disposed of in accordance with existing NARA and DOL policies.
  • Maintains a Master Index of the agency's records schedules.
  • Periodically reviews agency records management program and records schedules, and updates in accordance with guidance provided in the DLMS 1, Chapter 400, DOL Records Management Program.

Records Liaison

Each particular office or sub-component organization within an agency should designate a Records Liaison to be responsible for records management matters of the office component and complies with guidance issued by the Agency Records Officer. The Liaison has the following responsibilities:

  • Serves as the authorizing records management official for a particular office within the agency, ensuring DOL and NARA records management policies and guidelines applied and incorporated into the day-to-day activities of the organization.
  • Coordinates the records management activities of the office, whether at headquarters or in the regions.
  • Coordinates changes to the office records schedule with the Agency Records Manager and local program managers.
  • Coordinates matters relating to records management with the component's FOIA/Privacy Act official(s), IRM official, Solicitors Officer, the DOL Inspector General, Public Affairs Officer, Web manager, the agency historian, system administrators, program managers, as well as program managers responsible for special media, such as audiovisual records, cartographic and architectural records, and printed records.
  • Ensures office recordkeeping requirements are established, implemented, and periodically updated for all sub-component offices within organization at all levels and for all record media, including electronic and other special records.
  • Ensures that a file plan is developed for all office sub-component/office's records and that the files listed in the office file plan and are described accurately.
  • Coordinates with the Agency Records Manager to report that each sub-component/office within the organization has a designated Records Custodian.
  • Ensures that each sub-component/office within the organization creates and maintains records documenting its program and administrative activities.
  • Works with Records Custodians to make sure that all the records of each sub-component/office are listed in the office file plan and are described accurately in the agency's records schedule.
  • Works with Records Custodians to ensure the transfer of eligible records to a records center, the prompt disposal of temporary records when their retention period expire, and the timely transfer of permanent records to NARA.
  • Ensures the proper training of Records Custodians and sub-component/office employees, and the proper briefing of program and senior managers.
  • Promotes the DOL Records Management program within the organization.
  • Conducts periodic evaluations of records management activities within the organization.

Records Custodian

Each particular sub-component organization within the office should designate a Records Custodian to be responsible for records management matters of the sub-component and complies with guidance issued by the Records Liaison and the Agency Records Manager. The Records Custodian has the following responsibilities:

  • Ensures that all sub-component/office records are listed in an office file plan and are described accurately.
  • Ensures that records management is incorporated within the unit and all staff is applying the policies to safeguard all records (paper and electronic).
  • Works with the Records Liaison and/or Agency Records Manager on records identification, preservation and disposal.
  • Follows organization's records schedule to ensure the proper disposition of the office's records including:
    • Systematic file cutoffs (breaks)
    • The retirement of eligible records to an approved records storage center.
  • Ensures the timely transfer of permanent records to NARA.
  • Assists the program manager in reminding the staff not to mix personal papers and non-record materials with Federal records, and not to remove records from the office without proper authorization.
  • Assists the office program manager(s) in implementing procedures to prevent departing employees from destroying ineligible records or removing records from office's custody.
  • Cooperates with the Records Liaison and the Agency Records Manager in periodic evaluation of the office's records.



DOL Employee Records Management Responsibilities

DOL employees have three basic obligations regarding Federal records:

  • Create records that you and others need to do the business of DOL;
  • Take care of DOL records so that information can be found when needed; and
  • Carry out the disposition of records under your control in accordance with agency records schedules and Federal regulations.

Additionally, all DOL employees, including Supervisors, Managers, Staff, and Contractors, are responsible for the following records management activities:

  • Identify your program functions and activities and determine what records are needed to document those activities and functions.
  • Create sufficient records to document those activities and functions.
  • Maintain records in a way that allows all persons who need access to find and retrieve what they need.
  • Remove or destroy records only with authorization (General Record Schedule or approved SF 115); do not retain records authorized for destruction.
  • Keep official records separate from non-record materials.
  • Ensure records identified as permanent are transferred to the National Archives as required.
  • Protect vital records appropriate to their value.
  • Protect records that contain security classified, confidential business, or other types of sensitive information with appropriate safeguards.
  • Comply with policies and procedures developed by the Departmental Records Officer, the Agency Records Officer, and SOL governing the disposition of Federal records and working papers when leaving the Department's service.

Do all of this in a manner that is as cost effective as possible.



Records Management Contacts

DOL Chief Information Officer (CIO):
Michael Kerr
Email: kerr.michael@dol.gov
Phone: (202) 693-4040

Deputy Chief Informaiton Officer:
Dawn Leaf
Email: leaf.dawn.m@dol.gov
Phone: (202) 693-4200

Departmental Records Officer:
Rachel Vera, OASAM
Email: vera.rachel@dol.gov
Phone: (202) 693-7289

Alternate Records Officer:
Tanisha Bynum Frazier
Email: Bynum.frazier.t@dol.gov
Phone: (202) 693-4546

For questions, comments or concerns please contact:

U.S. Department of Labor
Records Management Office, S1321
200 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20210
Email: dolrecordsmanagementoffice@dol.gov
Fax: 202-693-7290




U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Agency Records Managers

Record Group

Agency

Records Manager

Email Address

Phone No.

Location

 

Department of Labor (DOL)

Rachel Vera

vera.rachel@dol.gov

(202) 693-7289

FPB/S1321

086

Women’s Bureau (WB)

Deborah Verter

verter.deborah@dol.gov

(202) 693-6710

FPB/S3309

100

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

Yvette Stewart
Gus Georgiades

Devorestewart.Yvet@dol.gov
georgiades.gus@dol.gov

(202) 693-2305
(202) 693-2002

FPB/N4624

155

Wage Hour Division (WHD)

Dan Daly
Leo Kim

daly.dan@dol.gov
kim.leo@dol.gov

(202) 693-0731
(202) 693-1245

FPB/S3510

174

Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB)

Ralph Cox
Olaoluwa Abina

cox.ralph@dol.gov
abina.olaoluwa@dol.gov

(202) 693-4845
(202) 693-4770

FPB/S2235

174

Office of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ)

P.J. Soto
Linda Huehn

soto.pj@dol.gov
huehn.linda@dol.gov

(202) 693-7300
(202) 693-7382

TW/4156
TW/4027

174

Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs (OCIA)

Glenda Manning

manning.glenda@dol.gov

(202) 693-4601

FPB/S2006

174

Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)

Reginald McCann
Pamela Colbert

mccann.reginald@dol.gov
Colbert.pamela@dol.gov

(202) 693-7880
(202) 693-7895

FPB/S1313
FPB/S1313

174

Office of Inspector General (OIG)

Kimberly Pacheco

pacheco.kimberly@oig.dol.gov

(202) 693-5113

FPB/S5506

174

Office of Public Affairs (OPA)

Sarah G. Harding

harding.sarah.g@dol.gov

(202) 693-4691

FPB/N6305

174

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)

Tanisha Bynum-Frazier

bynum.frazier.t@dol.gov

(202) 693-4546

FPB/S1321

174

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy (ASP)

Lynda Faulk

faulk.lynda@dol.gov

(202) 693-5950

FPB/S2312

174

Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)

Deadrae Nicholson
Marella Turner

nicholson.deadrae@dol.gov
turner.marella@dol.gov

(202) 693-6953
(202) 693-6941

FPB/S4030

174

Executive Secretary (Exec. Sec.)

Nalini Close
Anthony Waterloo

close.nalini@dol.gov
waterloo.anthony@dol.gov

(202) 693-6110
(202) 693-6110

FPB/S2521

174

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

 

Counsel for FOIA Appeals, Paperwork Reduction Act and Federal Records Act

Susan (Suey) Howe

Zina Dixon-Alston

Ray Mitten

howe.susan@dol.gov

dixon-alston.zina@dol.gov

mitten.raymond@dol.gov

(202) 693-5523

(202) 693-5274

(202) 693-5431

FPB/N2414

174

Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS)

Jenel Turner
Wendy Manning

turner.jenel@dol.gov
Manning.wendy@dol.gov

(202) 693-4716
(202) 693-4725

FPB/S1312

257

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

Karen Burnette
Janelle Wetherby

burnette.karen@dol.gov
Wetherby.janelle@bls.gov

(202) 691-6007
(202) 691-6028

PSB/2990

271

Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs (OWCP)

Yoon Ferguson
Mathew Hoffman

ferguson.yoon@dol.gov
Hoffman.mathew@dol.gov

(202) 693-0701
(202) 354-5524

FPB/S3524

317

Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)

Pamela Rhodes

rhodes.pam@dol.gov

(202) 693-8488

FPB/N5668

317

Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS)

Steven Donahue

donahue.steven@dol.gov

(202) 693-0367

FPB/N5613

369

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

Walt Weatherington
Sharon Johnson

weatherington.walt@dol.gov
johnson.sharon@dol.gov

(202) 693-3676
(202) 693-3413

FPB/N4470

386

Employees Compensation Appeals Board (ECAB)

Frank Clubb

clubb.frank@dol.gov

(202) 693-6234

FPB/S5220

433

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

Darlene Green

green.darlene@dol.gov

(202) 693-9823

TT #2171

448

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)

Antony Washington

Washington.Antony@dol.gov

(202) 693-1266

FPB/N3402




DOL Email and Electronic Records Management Policy

Print and File or Click and Save

The Department's current e-mail and electronic records management policy requires that all e-mails and electronic documents, if determined to be a Federal record, be printed out or electronically archived. The recordkeeping copy is filed or archived into an appropriate recordkeeping system, such as, file cabinet or electronic records management application, etc.

In the case of printing out e-mail, any attachments and the identities of the sender and recipients and the date must also be printed out or electronically archived. Office share drives may be used to organize and temporarily store e-mail and electronic records until final disposition, or until such time that the records are electronically archived to a recordkeeping system meeting NARA's guidance criteria.




DOL Frequently Asked Questions About Records Management

  1. How long must I keep DOL records?
    DOL records must be kept in accordance with a NARA approved Records Schedules or the agency's programs records schedules. In the case of legal and litigation holds and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, all documents (record and non-record materials) can not be destroyed or deleted. If unsure, check with your Agency Records Officer.
  2. What about non-records? What do I do with them?
    You should promptly dispose of non-record materials (paper and electronic) and e-mail messages that are no longer needed for reference. Note: Do not delete a message or attachment that is the subject of a Congressional, FOIA, or discovery request or that is needed for litigation. If unsure, check with your Agency Records Officer.
  3. What happens to the records in my office when I leave?
    Some may be kept in the office to continue business operations; others may be sent to a Federal Records Center for temporary storage or immediately destroyed; and records identified as "Permanent" will be transferred to the National Archives in accordance with the record schedule instructions.
  4. Can I take copies of Federal records with me when I leave DOL?
    Only if the removal of these copies is approved by DOL Records Officials, and will not diminish the official records of DOL, and does not include information that is security classified, subject to the Privacy Act, or otherwise prohibited from release. If unsure, consult with your Agency Records Officer.
  5. Can I remove my Personal Files, extra copies of records, and reference materials when I leave DOL?
    You may remove personal files at your discretion without agency permission. If you are unsure whether materials are personal or Federal records, consult with your Agency Records Officer.
  6. Who can I contact if I have a records management question or need assistance?
    Contact your Agency Records Officer or the Departmental Records Officer. A list of DOL Agency Records Officers can be found on the DOL Open Government web site
  7. What else should I know?
    If you have Federal record and non-record materials and information (e-mail messages, electronic and paper files) involved in a discovery process during litigation, and /or the subject of Congressional requests and FOIA requests, these materials and information can not be deleted or destroyed, and must be preserved. Specific guidance regarding the preservation of relevant FOIA documents will be provided by the Office of the Solicitor.



DOL Frequently Asked Questions About E-mail

  1. What is an e-mail message?
    An e-mail message consists of any document created, transmitted, or received on an e-mail system, including message text and any attachments, such as word processing documents, spreadsheets, and graphics that may be transmitted with a message.
  2. When are e-mails records?
    E-mails are records when they are created or received in the transaction of agency business; are appropriate for preservation as evidence of the government's function and activities; or are valuable because of the information they contain.
  3. When are e-mails not records?
    E-mails are not records when they provide no evidence of agency functions and activities; lack information of value; and duplicate information already documented in existing records.
  4. Can I delete DOL e-mail?
    Yes, but before deleting an e-mail, first determine whether it is a Federal record. If it is determined to be a Federal record, you must follow the guidelines set forth in the Department's e-mail and electronic records management policy.



NARA Records Management Guidance and Regulations

NARA Code of Federal Regulations - 36 CFR, Chapter XII, Subchapter B - Records Management
http://www.archives.gov/about/regulations/subchapter/b.html




DOL Records Control Schedules

U.S. Department of Labor List of National Archives Approved Records Schedules

 

DOL Agency

Record
Group

Job #

Schedule Description

Women’s Bureau (WB)

086

N1-86-90-1

Women's Bureau - Working Bureau Publications; Speeches, Addresses, Comments; Posters; Informational Releases; Women's Bureau Annual Reports; Organization and Directive Files

Women’s Bureau (WB)

086

N1-86-95-1

Working Women Survey

Women’s Bureau (WB)

086

N9-86-00-01

Women's Bureau - Working Bureau Publications; Speeches, Addresses, Comments; Posters; Informational Releases; Women's Bureau Annual Reports; Organization and Directive Files

Women’s Bureau (WB)

086

NC1-86-82-1

Alphabetical File of the Director

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

100

N1-100-08-1

OSHA Office of Federal Agency Programs, Secretary of Labor's Annual Report to the President

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

100

N1-100-08-1

OSHA Federal Safety and Health Councils Records

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

100

N1-100-08-2

OSHA Office of Federal Agency Programs, Field Federal Safety and Health Councils (FFSHC)

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

100

NC-100-76-1

Assistant Secretary for Occupational Safety and Health

Employment Standards Administration/Wage Hour Division (ESA/WHD)

155

N1-155-90-1

Wage and Hour Division - Service Contracts Act of 1965; Davis-Bacon and Related Acts

Employment Standards Administration/Wage Hour Division (ESA/WHD)

155

N1-155-90-2

The Wage and Hour Management Information System (WHMIS)

Employment Standards Administration/Wage Hour Division (ESA/WHD)

155

N1-155-91-1

Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Division-Unscheduled Records assigned to RG 155

Employment Standards Administration/Wage Hour Division (ESA/WHD)

155

N1-155-96-1

Wage and Hour Division - General Correspondence Files

Employment Standards Administration/Wage Hour Division (ESA/WHD)

155

N9-155-00-01

Wage and Hour Division -E-mail and Word Processing Records

Employment Standards Administration/Wage Hour Division (ESA/WHD)

155

NC1-155-84-1

Public Contract Minimum Wage Determination Hearing Records; Fair Labor Standards Act Hearing Records

Employment Standards Administration/Wage Hour Division (ESA/WHD)

155

NN-168-43

Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Division-Investigation Case Files not selected for Retention at the National Archives

Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB)

174

N1-174-02-04

Program Records created by The Bureau of International Labor Affairs, Dep. Undersecretary; Office of Foreign Relations; Office of International Economic Affairs; Office of International Organizations; Office of International Child Labor Program; National Administrative Office

Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB)

174

N1-174-87-2

Office of International Economic Affairs-Division of Foreign Economic Research, etc.

Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB)

174

NC1-174-82-1

Office of Management, Administration and Planning-Office of Foreign Economic Research; Less Developed Countries, etc

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

174

NN-174-002

History of the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training

Office of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ)

174

N1-174-00-4

Office of the Secretary - Office of the Administrative Law Judges-Administrative Procedures Act; Case Files

Office of Public Affairs (OPA)

174

N1-174-96-6

News Releases; OPA Publications, etc.

Office of Public Affairs (OPA)

174

N9-174-99-1

Office of Public Affairs News Releases-National and Regional News Releases, OPA Publications, etc.

Office of Public Affairs (OPA)

174

NC1-174-82-3

Office of Information, Publication and Reports-Official Files of Richard Conn

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)

174

N1-174-93-2

OASAM - DOL Directive System (DDS) Files

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)

174

N1-174-96-4

OASAM - Immediate Office-Correspondence Chron Files; Assistant Secretary Briefing Books; Miscellaneous OASAM Publications Unrelated to Specific DOL Program Activities

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)

174

N9-174-00-2

OASAM - DOL Directive System (DDS) Files

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)

174

NC1-174-76-3

Directorate of Audit and Investigations-Audit WorkpaperWork paper Files; Audit Report Fields; Investigative Files

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)

174

NC-174-76-1

OASAM - Records Common to Most Agencies in DOL; Non-Record Material, etc.

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)

174

NC-174-76-2

Directorate of Data Automation-DOL 4 year ADP Plan

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy (ASP)

174

N1-174-01-1

OSEC - OASP - Internet Customer Satisfaction Survey

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy (ASP)

174

N1-174-06-1

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy (OASP) Records

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy (ASP)

174

N1-174-06-1

OASP General Correspondence files, Publications, Program and Policy Files

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy (ASP)

174

N1-174-86-1

Asst. Sec. For Policy, Evaluation and Research, Arizona Employment and Unemployment Data Set 1957-1972, and Pennsylvania Continuous Wage and Benefit History 1966-1970

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy (ASP)

174

N1-174-94-1

OASP - Regulatory Tracking System / Secretarial Goals & Objective Database

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy (ASP)

174

N1-174-95-2

Secretary of Labor's Chief Clerk Files, 1913-1933, and Secretary of Labor's Correspondence Index, 1934-1981; News Releases/ Secretary Releases/ Press Releases; Secretary Speeches/Addresses/Testimonies; Department of Labor Agency Administrative Histories; Transcripts; Photographs; Audio Tapes, etc.

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

174

N1-174-00-1

Office of Investigations-OIG Investigative Case Files

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

174

N1-174-00-2

Analysis, Complaint and Evaluation (ACE) Files

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

174

N1-174-09-1

OIG E-Mail Archive System (EMAIL)

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

174

N1-174-99-1

OIG Audit Files-Audit Files, Audit Information Reporting System (AIRS)

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

174

N9-174-99-2

Labor Racketeering Investigation Case Files

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

174

N9-174-99-3

Semiannual Report to Congress

Office of the Secretary (OSEC)

174

N1-174-03-01

Office of Small Business Programs Publications; Speeches, Addresses, Comments, etc.

Office of the Secretary (OSEC)

174

N1-174-93-3

OSEC - Exec. Sec. / Immediate Office of the Secy.

Office of the Secretary (OSEC)

174

N1-174-94-3

OSEC - Exec. Sec. / Immediate Office of the Secy.-General Correspondence; Identical/Similar Documents, etc.

Office of the Secretary (OSEC)

174

N1-174-95-1

DOL Briefing Books

Office of the Secretary (OSEC)

174

N9-174-99-1

Office of Public Affairs News Releases-National and Regional News Releases, OPA Publications, etc.

Office of the Secretary (OSEC)

174

NC1-174-83-2

Office of the Under Secretary- Benefits Review Board-Official Docket Case Files; Docket Sheets; General and Miscellaneous Files of the Board

Office of the Secretary/Administrative Review Board (OSEC/ARB)

174

N1-174-06-2

ARB General Adjudicative Files, Judges Working Files and Chron File Binders

Office of the Secretary/Benefits Review Board (BRB)

174

N1-174-08-1

Benefits Review Board Records

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

N1-174-02-2

Comprehensive Records Schedule

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

N1-174-96-5

Chronological Reading Files

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NC1-174-81-2

Division of Fair Labor Standards, General Legal Service Employment and Training Legal Services, etc.

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NC1-174-83-3

Records of Former Solicitors; Chronological Files of the Solicitor 1968-1980; Subject Files of the Solicitor of Labor 1969-1975

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-045

Division of Manpower- Congressional Correspondence; Administration; Freedom of Information Act, etc.

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-086

Division of Employees' Benefits-Benefit and Workmen's Compensation Claims

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-087

Division of Labor - Management Laws-Budget, Litigation Case Files, Opinions, etc.

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-088

Division of Legislation and Legal Counsel-Hearings, Legislation Reports, Private Relief Bills, etc.

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-089

Division Occupational Safety & Health-Budget, Freedom of Information Act, Litigations, etc.

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-090

Division of Fair Labor Standards-Interpretations and Opinions, Litigations, Reports, etc.

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-091

Counsel for International Affairs-Foreign Labor Agreements, Correspondence, Press Releases, etc.

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-092

Counsel for Construction Wage Standards-Opinion and Interpretation Files, Litigation Case Files, etc.

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-093

Division of General Legal Service-Counsel for Enforcement and Regulations-copies of weekly significant activities reports; Freedom of Information Act, etc.

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NN-174-094

Division of Labor Relations and Civil Rights-Case Files

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

174

NNA-1730

Central Office

Veterans” Employment and Training Service (VETS)

174

N1-174-90-2

Federal Contractor Annual Report

Employment Standards Administration (ESA)

183

N1-183-03-1

Bureau of Employment Security-Record Group 183

Employment and Training Administration/National Skills Standards Board (ETA/NSSB)

220

N1-220-04-09

National Skills Standards Board

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-00-1

Division of Human Resources and Organization Management (DHROM)-Examining and Certification Records

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-00-2

International Price Program (IPP) Records

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-01-1

Office of Employment Projections-Occupational Outlook Technical Memoranda Record Copy Files

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-03-1

Office of Safety, Health, and Working Conditions-Occupational Safety and Health Statistics (OSHS) Special One-Time Surveys

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-06-1

Chartbooks and Speeches

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-06-2

DAS Small Administrative Electronic Systems

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-09-2

BLS Survey Methods Records

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-86-3

Office of Wage and Industrial Relations

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-87-1

Office of Survey Processing

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-88-1

Offices of the Commissioner, Field Operations, Productivity and Technology, Survey Processing, Administration, Technology and Operations Review, Publications, Research and Evaluation

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-88-2

Office of Wages and Industrial Relations-Basic Steel Industry Materials

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-88-3

Office of Productivity and Tech.-Technical Aid Participant Personnel Files

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-88-4

Office of Wages and Industrial Relations-Strike Index Card Files; Union Wage Agreement Files

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-88-5

Office of Commissioner-Central Correspondence File of the Commissioner's Office; Record Sets of BLS Issuances and Publications; Miscellaneous Historical Studies, etc.

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-88-6

Office of Producer Prices and Price Index-Wholesale Price Index Cell Folders 1948-1967; Wholesale Price Index Transfer Posting Cards 1960-1970; Miscellaneous Printouts From the WIT Program 1970-1975

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-88-7

Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics-Printouts of BLS Program and Other Employment Statistics Programs, etc.

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-89-1

Record of the Consumer Expenditure Survey Program and Predecessor Programs 1928-1971

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-89-2

Office of Productivity and Tech.-Longshore Study 1963-1966; New Jersey Engineers Operating Study 1966

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-89-3

Office of Survey Processing-Miscellaneous Records of the Office of Survey Processing and Predecessor Organizations

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-90-1

Office of Productivity and Tech.-Multi-Family Housing Construction Labor Requirements 1971-1972

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-90-3

Division of Administrative Services-Bureau of Labor Statistics 1934-1972

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-91-3

Office of Compensation and Working Conditions-Division of Occupational and Working Levels-PATC WCCS Test Project 1

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-92-2

Office of Prices and Living Conditions-Consumer Price Index

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-93-1

Directorate of Technology and Computing Services-Division of System Design

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-93-2

Office of Publications and Special Studies-Survey of Employer Provided Training Program

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-93-3

Office of Safety, Health, and Working Conditions Program Records

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-94-1

Office of Wages and Industrial Wages-Collective Bargaining Agreements and Union Wage Agreements

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-98-1

Office of Employment and Unemployment Services-Time Use Diary Survey Records 2/87-8/97

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

N1-257-99-1

Office of Safety, Health, and Working Conditions-Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

NC1-257-84-1

Division of National Wage and Salary Income

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

NC1-257-85-2

Office of Wage and Industrial Relations - Basic Steel Industry Materials

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

257

NC-257-88-1

Records Pertaining to the Office of the Commissioner, Field Operations, Productivity and Technology, Survey Processing, Administration, Technology and Operations Review, Publications and Research and Evaluation

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs (ESA/OWCP)

271

N1-271-00-1

Office of Worker's Compensation Programs-Compensation Case Files Reporting Lost Time and/or Death; OWCP Automated System for Imaging Services (OASIS)

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs (ESA/OWCP)

271

N1-271-02-01

Office of Workers Comp. Programs-Administrative Subject File; Program Subject File; Claimants' Correspondence; Publications, etc.

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs (ESA/OWCP)

271

N1-271-95-1

Office of Worker's Compensation Programs-Division of Longshore and Harbor Worker's Compensation

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs (ESA/OWCP)

271

N1-271-95-1

Office of Worker's Compensation Programs-Division of Longshore and Harbor Worker's Compensation

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs (ESA/OWCP)

271

N9-271-00-01

OWCP Directives; Legislative and Legal Subject Files; Program Subject File; Claimant's Correspondence, etc.

Office of Workers Compensation Programs

271

N1-271-06-1

OWCP – Division of Energy Employees’ Occupation Illness Compensation (DEEOIC) Program Records

Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)

317

N1-317-02-1

Comprehensive Records Schedule

Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)(PWBA)

317

N1-317-01-1

Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) Filing Acceptance System (EFAST)

Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)(PWBA)

317

N1-317-02-2

Advisory Opinion Letters and Significant Information Letters (SILs); Technical Assistance Case Files, etc.

Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)(PWBA)

317

N1-317-93-1

Exemption Petition File (OED)

Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)(PWBA)

317

N9-317-00-1

Advisory Council Committee records established under OPWBP Administrators 1968-1984; Records 1986 and forward-Assistant and Deputy Assistant Secretaries for Pension and Welfare Benefits

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Labor Management Standards (ESA/OLMS)

317

N1-317-02-03

OLMS Division of Statutory Program Records.

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Labor Management Standards (ESA/OLMS)

317

N1-317-89-1

OLMS - International Labor - Management Reports Files

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Labor Management Standards (ESA/OLMS)

317

N1-317-95-1

OLMS-Labor Organization Special Reports

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Labor Management Standards (ESA/OLMS)

317

N1-317-99-1

Labor Organization Reports

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Labor Management Standards (ESA/OLMS)

317

N9-317-00-4

OLMS - Email and Word Processing Records in the Field and National Office

Office of Labor Management Standards (OLMS)

317

N1-317-09-1

OLMS Collective Bargaining Agreements

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

N1-369-00-1

JTPA Grant Records Disposition Schedule

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

N1-369-04-1

ETA Publications

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

N1-369-06-1

Office of Apprenticeship-National Guideline Standards Case Files; Bulletins and Circulars, etc.

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

N1-369-94-1

Unemployment Insurance Required Reports (UIRR); UIRR Documentation

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

N1-369-94-3

Unemployment Insurance Service-Unemployment Compensation

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

N1-369-96-1

Alien Employment Certification Files

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

N1-369-97-1

General Correspondence of the Assistant and Deputy Assistant Secy for ETA

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

N1-369-99-1

Office of Work Base Learning - Office of Trade Adjustment and Assistant

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

NC-369-76-1

Manpower Administration-Records Common to Most Offices; Non-Record Material; Reading or Chronological Files, etc.

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

369

NC-369-76-2

Regional Manpower Administration-Office Administrative Files; Non-Record Material; Reading or Chronological Files, etc.

Office of the Secretary/ Employees’ Compensation Appeals Board (OSEC/ECAB)

386

N9-386-00-1

Official Docket Files with Original Docket Sheet; General Administrative Files; Digest and Decisions of the Employee's Compensation Appeals Board; Annual Reports 1916-1941

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

433

N1-433-00-1

Program Evaluation and Information Resources

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

433

N1-433-94-1

Coal and Mental/Nonmetal Safety and Health Special Investigations

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

433

N1-433-94-2

Systems of Records covered by the Privacy Act

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

433

N1-433-98-1

Coal Mine Safety and Health Records

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

433

NC1-433-01-1

System of Records by Privacy Act

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

433

NC1-433-81-1

Denver Safety and Health Technology Center

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

433

NC1-433-85-1

Records Management Branch

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (ESA/OFCCP)

448

N1-448-00-1

Asst. Secy. for ESA - Correspondence, Congressional Hearings, Meetings, etc

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (ESA/OFCCP)

448

N1-448-01-2

E-mail and Word Processing Records

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (ESA/OFCCP)

448

N1-448-01-3

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (ESA/OFCCP)

448

N1-448-01-4

Office of the Assistant Secretary - Office of the American Workplace

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (ESA/OFCCP)

448

N1-448-02-01

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Employment Standards-Appointment Books

Employment Standards Administration/Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (ESA/OFCCP)

448

N1-448-03-1

Office of Management, Administration and Planning-Executive Correspondence, OMAP Notices, etc.




DOL Records Control Schedules

Note: Below is a link to the NARA web site where you may input the record group # to retrieve all record control schedules for that particular record group.

http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/rcs/




NARA General Records Schedule (GRS)

Note: Below is a link to the NARA web site where you can find the General Records Schedule.

http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/ardor/grs-index.doc