Office of the Chief Records Officer
National Archives and Records Administration
Markus Most has spent over 20 years in records and information management positions. He has worked both in and out of the Federal government, including the Executive Office of the President, Environmental Protection Agency, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation before joining the National Archives in 2007. At the National Archives, Markus served as the Director of Digitization and managed digitization operations as well as partnerships with private industry, non-profits, and academic institutions. Additionally, he served as the Director of Operations and Business Development for the Federal Records Centers Program. In his current position, Markus works with Federal agencies to tackle their electronic records challenges and monitors emerging technology and its impact on records and information management.
Markus received a Masters in Library Science with an emphasis in archives, records, and information management from the University of Maryland. He is also a Certified Records Manager.