Regional Archival Associations Consortium (RAAC)

The Regional Archival Associations Consortium (RAAC) provides a mechanism to connect the leadership of regional, multistate, state, and local archival organizations with each other and to the Society of American Archivists (SAA). RAAC seeks to facilitate information exchange and foster collaboration among these organizations. It offers formal channels to coordinate efforts intra-state, interstate, and with SAA which facilitate streamlining actions, reducing costs, and increasing services. Such efforts include but are not limited to advocacy, public awareness, education, disaster planning/recovery, and grant development.

Regional, multistate, state, and local archival organizations shall appoint a representative to RAAC to facilitate communication and foster collaboration. The term of office for each representative is at the discretion of the appointing organization. In addition, any person who is interested in participating in the work of RAAC may become a member by joining the RAAC listserv.

Chair: Courtney Bailey, Society of North Carolina Archivists (2021-2024)

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RAAC Listserv Use Policy

The Regional Archival Associations Consortium (RAAC) listserv facilitates communication among RAAC representatives regarding topics related to regional archival organizations. This communication may include announcements of events and educational opportunities sponsored by regionals, questions concerning regional organizations’ practices and procedures, and discussion of issues affecting the archives community, especially at the regional level. Communication may also include notifications from the RAAC Steering Committee on RAAC activities.  Anyone may join the listserv via SAA Connect.  If you would like to leave the listserv, please contact .

News & Announcements

Webinar offered by the Joint Working Group on Issues and Awareness in April 2019.
We appreciate your comments on the draft plan. Please see the final version attached below.
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