The Center for Technology in Government has received an NDIIPP grant from the Library of Congress to create and distribute a toolkit to help states expand their capacity to preserve digital information.
Here’s the news item from the Federal Computer Week:
A New York-based technology research center has developed an approach and methodology designed to help state and territorial archivists and librarians preserve digital information.
Through an $800,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, the University at Albanyâ€™s Center for Technology in Government has developed a national capability assessment and planning model — containing information about the governance structure, business model, architecture, and data standards — to assist governments in identifying, capturing and archiving digital content critical to government operations.
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