The Executive Guide on Digital Preservation was delivered through the collaborative efforts of DPC members and the digital preservation community and was supported by members of the UNESCO/MoW/PERSIST project.

  • This resource was first imagined and scoped by the DPC’s Advocacy & Community Engagement Sub-Committee
  • An Advisory Group comprising members of the DPC’s Advocacy & Community Engagement Sub-Committee and the UNESCO/MoW/PERSIST Policy Working Group provided advice, guidance and feedback throughout its development
  • DPC staff worked with contributors from across the digital preservation community to devise and tailor the statements which form the content of the Executive Guide, particular thanks are owed to colleagues from:
    • Academic Preservation Trust
    • British Geological Survey
    • BT
    • Imperial War Museums
    • Library and Archives Canada
    • Lloyds Banking Group
    • National Library of Ireland
    • National Records of Scotland
    • Tate
    • University of Glasgow
    • MirrorWeb
    • Preservica

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