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Protecting Long-Term Digital Records Using a Capability Maturity Model Approach
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ARMA Greater Columbus presents, a discussion of core concepts, principles. and practices of long-term digital preservation. An overview of a web-based self-assessment tool based on DPCMM will be shared. Case studies and examples will illustrate how the model can help to identify gaps in archiving and preservation capabilities and determine where and how to apply standards-based preservation techniques for incremental, sustainable capability improvements.

9/17/2020
When: Thursday, September 17, 2020
1:00 PM EDT
Where: Virtual
United States
Presenter: Lori Ashley, Industry Market Development Manager, Preservica
Contact: Mark Conrad

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First introduced in 2007, the Digital Preservation Capability Maturity Model (DPCMM) offers 15 elements and corresponding performance metrics based on selected specifications of international standards (ISO 14721 and ISO 16363) and best operational practices and guidelines. The model was designed to assist records and information management practitioners measure the capabilities of current recordkeeping system and repositories; communicate gaps to key stakeholders; and establish priorities and performance metrics for achieving enhanced digital preservation capabilities for long-term and permanent electronic records of operational, legal/regulatory, compliance, and corporate memory value.

This presentation will include a discussion of core concepts, principles. and practices of long-term digital preservation. An overview of a web-based self-assessment tool based on DPCMM will be shared. Case studies and examples will illustrate how the model can help to identify gaps in archiving and preservation capabilities and determine where and how to apply standards-based preservation techniques for incremental, sustainable capability improvements.

For more information, visit the ARMA Greater Columbus Chapter website here.

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