Abstract

Between 2014 and 2017 the E-ARK project brought together a consortium of five European national archives, five leading research institutions, three systems providers, two government institutions, and two membership organisations to work on the development and implementation of the tools, standards, and administrative processes required to support digital archiving. The project exceeded its objectives and achieved significant results in numerous areas. In particular, it met all ten milestones; produced all 31 deliverables (plus some extra) http://www.eark-project.com/resources/project-deliverables ; was assessed as excellent in the final year review; and was dubbed a “European Showcase Project” by the Project Officer, Alina Senn, together with the two external project reviewers Adrian Brown (Parliamentary Archives, UK), and Hannes Kulovits, (Austrian National Archives)[1]. Finally, robust measures were adopted to sustain the project outputs, which are now listed by category.
Original languageEnglish
TypeProject deliverable
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Publication statusPublished - 14 Feb 2018

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2018, Project deliverable.

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