New Memorandum of Understanding with Research Libraries UK

We have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Research Libraries UK (RLUK) which sets out the role of both organisations and how we will work together in the future to achieve our goals.

The MOU will facilitate contact and discussion on matters of common interest and will provide a framework for future co-operation. It will be reviewed at least every two years to ensure it is relevant and reflects developments in the sector.

Jeff James, Chief Executive and Keeper at The National Archives, said: ‘For both The National Archives and Research Libraries UK, this is an important step forward in cross-sector collaboration. Encouraging greater partnership working underpins much of The National Archives’ activities as sector lead for archives in England and this MoU can only strengthen that.’

Read the Memorandum of Understanding on our Archives Sector pages.

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