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State Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB)

Resources for Board Members

Bylaws ~ Nevada State Historical Records Advisory Board

SHRAB Manual ~ National Historical Publications & Records Commission 

What is a State Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB)? ~ Council of State Archives

Information and application process ~ Nevada State Boards and Commissions

Human Resources Documents & Contact Information

**PLEASE CONTACT AGENCY HUMAN RESOURSES SERVICES (AHRS) TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT**

Agency HR Services – agencyhr@admin.nv.gov
Dept. of Administration/Div. of Human Resource Management

North Office South Office
400 W. King St., Ste. 406
Carson City, NV 89703 
PH: 775-684-0209
Fax: 775-687-1150
555 E. Washington Ave., Ste. 1400 
Las Vegas, NV 89101 
PH: 702-486-4340
Fax: 702-486-2925

1. PRINT, COMPLETE AND BRING TO THE AHRS APPOINTMENT:

2. MEMBER NEEDS TO BRING THE DOCUMENTS LISTED BELOW TO THE AHRS APPOINTMENT:

3. THE DOCUMENTS BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED WITH AHRS STAFF:

SHRAB Meeting Compensation

Reappointment Process

The Governor believes that all citizens should have direct access to their government and have the right to help shape public policy. The Governor has the privilege and authority to confirm or appoint members to numerous boards and commissions. Most boards and commissions are created by federal law, state legislation, or executive order of the Governor. Each state board has a different role and membership requirements. The membership is outlined in the enabling document and is usually narrowly defined, often including requirements for political or geographic diversity.

Click on the link below and scroll to the bottom of the page and reapply using "submit application."

Update Information or Resign from SHRAB

Update Your Contact Information

  • Please make sure to keep the Governor’s office informed of any changes to your contact information. You can update your contact information by email to boards@gov.nv.gov.

Submit Your Resignation

  • To process your resignation, the Governor’s office must receive your resignation in writing. Please submit your resignation by email to boards@gov.nv.gov.
  • Resignation Form