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The 2005 Digital Preservation Award

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The 2005 Digital preservation Award was won by the PREMIS Working Group for their work on preservation metadata.

The Digital Preservation Coalition sponsors the Digital Preservation Award under the banner of the Conservation Awards, which are supported by Sir Paul McCartney and managed in partnership by key organisations in conservation, restoration and preservation management: the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA), the UK Institute for Conservation (UKIC), English Heritage, the Institute of Paper Conservation (IPC) and the National Preservation Office. UKIC and IPC are in the process of merging with other organisations during 2005 into a new larger professional body for conservation of the cultural heritage, the Institute of Conservation. The Anna Plowden Trust sponsors the Award for Research and Innovation in Conservation.

The winners of the Conservation Awards were announced at the British Museum on 22 November 2005.

For more information about all the Conservation Award winners and event please go to Conservation Awards Website [external]