Supporting Archival Research
We make as much information available online as possible. We also welcome your inquiries about our collections, conducting research, and visiting the reading room. If you plan on doing research in our reading room in New York, you must contact us in advance to ensure that you will have a seat. We are often booked weeks in advance, so we advise you to plan your visit accordingly. During the months of April - August, we strongly encourage you to reserve a seat two months in advance. If you do not, we cannot guarantee that there will be a spot for you due to space limitations.
Assisting UN Staff Members
We support records and information management in New York and worldwide across the UN Secretariat, whether it is paper-based or digital, in full coordination with other UN information management experts and the Office for Information and Communication Technology (OICT). In addition to information available online, we encourage all UN Staff to contact us directly to seek advice.
Occasionally our responses to you are sorted into your email system's spam folder, so please ensure that you check there for any incoming messages. If you do not receive any response within three business days, please resubmit your inquiry. For internal requests, you can also contact us via the intranet.