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The IAEA Archives manages the Agency’s institutional memory and preserves the official records documenting its programme activities and its historical material in a variety of media. It maintains the availability and authenticity of IAEA records, providing for continuity and enabling accountability while ensuring confidentiality.

The Agency’s Archives documents the history and administrative structure of the IAEA, as well as its policies and procedures; programme activities; official records of the IAEA Policy-Making Organs (Board of Governors and General Conference); and agreements relevant for the Agency’s work and treaties under IAEA auspices.

The Archives provides access to this information to staff, researchers and others interested in the IAEA’s historical records, and organizes walking tours and public presentations of its material. The IAEA maintains the Archives as part of its framework for the management and governance of authentic, reliable and useable records supporting the legal, operational, audit and fiscal responsibilities of the IAEA, for as long as they are required.

A key function of the Archives is the long-term preservation, accessibility and usability of historical records to authorized users. It also ensures the digital continuity of the Agency’s institutional memory. It manages around 10,000 linear shelf metres of records in different media. Apart from paper records, it maintains a large audio-visual collection with films, sound recordings and photographs, publications, meeting reports and architectural plans.

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Vienna International Centre
International Atomic Energy Agency
Division of General Services
Archives and Records Management Section
Archives Unit
Wagramer Strasse 5
PO Box 100
1400 Vienna
Austria

Tel.: (+43 1) 2600-23030

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