Digital Preservation in Parliament

Our work on digital preservation is aimed at ensuring that Parliament’s digital resources will remain authentic and accessible in the future to anyone who needs them, despite the inevitable changes to their hardware and software environment.

Publications on this page will mainly be of interest to other digital preservation practictioners but also to anyone interested in our progress in this area.

Digital Preservation Policy (PDF PDF 355 KB)

The principles that guide our approach to digital preservation

Digital Preservation Strategy (PDF PDF 122 KB)

What we are trying to achieve and why

Digital Preservation Roadmap (PDF PDF 119 KB)

Our plan for digital preservation up to 2012/13

Initial Preservation Needs Assessment (PDF PDF 44 KB)

A flow chart to enable IT system developers and project managers to decide whether their projects face a digital preservation challenge

Digital Preservation Decision Tree (PDF PDF 47 KB)

A more detailed flow chart for IT system developers and project managers to inform decisions about systems design

Digital Preservation FAQs (PDF PDF 100 KB)

Frequented asked questions about Digital Preservation in Parliament

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