A Digital Preservation Government Assembly

A Digital Preservation Government Assembly 
One day forum followed by two half day post-forum workshops
25-26 February 2015, Rydges Capital Hill, Canberra

How are government organisations, apart from your own, preserving their records? 

What challenges are they grappling with? What are the latest trends, formats, quality control procedures and security measures operative?

A case study led forum from the Australian Public Sector and their processes and procedures to preserve its digital collections and enhance data's richness and integrity

- Developing and implementing a digital preservation strategy
- Managing the digital transition process
- Preserving, Curating, Linking, Crowd sourcing and Visualising data
- Progressive digitisation and web publication
- Strategies for change
- Risk versus compliance
- Preserving websites
- Right Platform for maximising research
- Semantics
- Understanding RIM issues during machinery of government changes
- Managing change and control in an agency splitting many directions
- Understanding differences in (multiple government agencies) operations
- Merging together with a variety of government agencies
- Manage, Transfer, Preserve and Provide access to multiple digital formats with different security classifications
- Transfer, preserve and provide access to digital records in a way that maintains the data's richness and integrity
Join, learn and network with:
Australian War Memorial
Airservices Australia
National Archives of Australia
Department of Education and Employment
National Gallery of Australia
State Library of South Australia
Deakin University
Adept KM
Recordkeeping Innovation Pty Ltd
                 Ph.D. in Technologies for the Exploitation
                 of the Built Heritage .
                 Senior Lecturer in the Dept. of Architecture
                 College of Engineering , University of Mosul 
                 Mosul - Iraq .
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