End of Term Presidential Web Archive 2024

  • Last Updated: June 10, 2024
  • Published: June 10, 2024

Would you like to help preserve Federal Government web content for future generations? Submit your favorite Federal Government website or Federal social media account through the End of Term Presidential Web Archive 2024 project.

The Library of Congress, University of North Texas Libraries, Internet Archive, Stanford University Libraries, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), and the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) are leading a collaborative project to harvest and preserve public U.S. Government websites at the conclusion of the current Presidential administration ending on January 20, 2025.

This web harvest, like those in the past, will document the Federal Government’s web presence during the transition of the Presidential administration as well as enhance existing collections at partner institutions. There is a list of top-level domains from the General Services Administration (GSA) and from previous End of Term crawls, but we need volunteers to help out. We are currently accepting nominations for websites to be included in the 2024 End of Term Web Archive.

Submit a URL nomination by going to https://digital2.library.unt.edu/nomination/eth2024/.

We encourage you to nominate any and all U.S. Federal Government websites that you want to ensure are captured. Nominating URLs deep within .gov/.mil websites, as well as those harder-to-find Government websites hosted on .org, .edu, and other top level domains (TLDs), helps to make our web crawls as thorough and complete as possible.

For more information on the End of Term Web Archive, visit https://eotarchive.org/