WB IBRD/IDA EXT-09
- 1966 - 1998 (Creation)
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Extent and medium
3.61 linear feet of textual records
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Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
The earliest records in this series were transferred to the Archives from the Information and Public Affairs Department (IPA) in 1995. Other records in this series were transferred from the External Relations Office of the Vice Presidency to the Archives using approved records retention and disposition schedules.
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Scope and content
Series contains records related to the budgeting and administration of the Office of the Vice President and its departments responsible for the external relations function in the World Bank. Records are predominantly from the 1970s and 1990s and include outgoing memoranda, reports, handwritten notes and ledger sheets in preparation for fiscal year business planning. The series also contains memoranda and notes relating to personnel administration and budget correspondence files of Information and Public Affairs (IPA) Directors Lars J. Lind (1967 to 1972), and John Merriam (1973 to 1974), which provides contextual information about IPA's organization and activities.
Appraisal, destruction and scheduling
Accruals are not expected.
System of arrangement
Files are arranged chronologically.
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Conditions governing access
Records are subject to the World Bank Access to Information Policy.
Conditions governing reproduction
Records are subject to the Copyright Policy of the World Bank Group.
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Rules and/or conventions used
Internal World Bank Group Archives rules
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Dates of creation revision deletion
12 November 2019