And so on. In other words, the main purpose of an archive is to serve the administration of an institution, any that is its nature. When the administrative activity if extinguishes (for closing of the company or another reason any), the archives starts to play a new role: they become useful for the culture and history. This new paper is decurrent of the first one, that is, the acts day to day, pparently banal, preserved in one determined archive for criteria defined at filling moment will be of great value for recovery of the information. 5,1 PROFILE OF THE ARCHIVE PROFESSIONALS? With the increase of the demand and the competitiveness, each time more the companies and institutions, are requesting professional enabled and efficient, to occupy the most diverse positions. A profile of the professionals is an important factor, therefore we know that nor all the professionals can exert the same functions. Each one has an aptitude, functions and attributions where the professional has much knowledge, becoming a specialist. In the sector of protocol and general archive (library) of the Prodepa, as well as of any company, they are necessary some characteristics so that the professional obtains to exert this activity.
For this sector to receive all the types of documents referring the company, ' ' the archivist will have to be loyal the function for which she works, since he is the guard of confidential documents of mesma' '. (GORBEA; GARCIA-DIAZ; CANDLE, 1974, p.19). The organization also is a point to be considered of great importance in the archive, therefore to deal with some documents, all of different subjects is not task easy. The manuscript of these documents, the guard control, following the correct, chronological order, is task that needs much attention and organization. Martins (1998, P. 9), as follows defined some indispensable requirements to the professional of the archive: ) To be along with all the activities and interests of the institution and its area of performance; b) To know the main rules to classify documents; c) To know abbreviations important; d) To possess ability to read and to detach the functions (action) main of documents; e) To be loyal and discrete; f) To be methodical; g) To possess good memory.