Added on 19 November 2014

As part of its new Strategic Plan for 2015 – 2018 released on Monday 17th November, the DPC seeks a political and institutional climate responsive to the need for digital preservation.

“This requires a commitment to advocacy on behalf of the digital preservation community,” says Head of Communications and Advocacy for the DPC, Sarah Middleton.

“We will help key decision-makers and opinion-formers understand the opportunities and challenges of long-term access to digital collections and encourage them to act, ensuring that public and institutional policy, legislation and regulation enable robust digital preservation infrastructures.”

The DPC also commits to understanding and articulating the needs of members, encouraging and supporting the development of tools, services and standards that are of benefit to all.

By realising its goals, the intention of the Strategic Plan is to sustain the Coalition’s vision to ‘make our digital memory accessible tomorrow.’

For more information about joining the DPC, visit the member page of the DPC website and download the abridged version of the new Strategic Plan 2015 – 2018.

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