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State Archives Administration

State Archives Administration
of the
People's Republic of China
国家档案局
中央档案馆
Guójiā dàng'àn jú
Zhōngyāng dàng'ànguǎn
Administrative agency overview
Formed 1954
Type State Council of the People's Republic of China
Jurisdiction  China
Headquarters Beijing
Administrative agency executive Yang Dongquan, Secretary / Curator
Parent department Central Committee of the Communist Party of China
Website .cn.gov.saacwww

State Archives Administration ([1][2][3]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Structure 2
    • Internal units 2.1
    • Subordinate agencies 2.2
    • Secretary for the National Archives 2.3
    • Curator of the Central Archives 2.4
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

The National Archives agency was established in November 1954, as a national agency subordinated to the State Council of the People's Republic of China.[2][3] In 1959, CPC Central Committee decided the National Archives was not just an archive agency for the communist party and it should be also a state agency for repository of state official records.[2][3]

In 1970, the National Archives was made defunct.[2][3] In 1979, the National Archives was reestablished. In 1985, the CPC Central Committee and State Council decided to change the National Archives owned by the State Council of the People's Republic of China leadership to manage all the archival work of the State Council executive government departments, all subordinated agencies administered by or reporting to the State Council.[2][3]

Central Archives agency was established separately in June 1959 by the CPC Central Committee to archive important documents for the party central committee and the central authorities.[2][3]

In 1993, the National Archives and Central Archives agency were merged into one unified agency called the State Archives Administration operating two archives, one for the state and one for the ruling political party.[2][3]

Structure

The agency is structured in the following departments.[2][3]

Internal units

  • Office
  • Archival storage Department
  • Archival Use Department
  • Finance Department
  • Policies and regulations Research Department
  • Foreign Affairs Office
  • Information Management Centre

Subordinate agencies

Secretary for the National Archives

  • Zeng San (1954.11-1966.05)
  • Yang Qing (1966.07-1967.01)
  • Zhang Zhong (1979.06-1981.12)
  • Zeng San (1981.12-1982.06)
  • Hanyu Hu (1983.02-1988.11)
  • Feng Zizhi (1988.11-1993.12)
  • Wang Gang (1993.12-2000.01)
  • Mao Fumin (2000.01-2006.07)
  • Yang Dongquan (2006.07-present)

Curator of the Central Archives

  • Zeng San (June 1959 -1966).
  • Xiao Guang (January 1970 to 1979, June, curator of the CPC Central Committee archives)
  • Zeng San (June 1979 –1982 years 2 months)
  • Wang Mingzhe -1993 (February 1982, December)
  • Wang Gang (December 1993 - 1999 December)
  • Mao Fumin (December 1999, July 2006)
  • Yang Dongquan (since July 2006)

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d http://www.hprc.org.cn/wxzl/zlzn/200909/t20090905_29971.html
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Baike, 中央档案馆
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Hudong.com, 中央档案馆

External links

  • Official website (Chinese)
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