The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) was established in 1984. It was formerly known as the National Archives and Records Service, established in 1934 and later part of the General Services Administration. NARA maintaines the archives of federal agencies, the President, and Congress; advises federal agencies about records retention; and houses the Office of the Federal Register.
Government Documents has a partial collection of NARA publications, including the following series:
Special lists (GS 4.7:) Lists of federal records by subject area
Preliminary inventories (GS 4.10:) Lists of records held by NARA, arranged by agency
Prologue (GS 4.23:) Journal of the National Archives
Reference information paper (AE 1.124:) Topical guides to records
NARA produces many guides to its records. Search for these in the Voyager online catalog.