The National Archives of the UK wins award for digital preservation

Posted by admin on May 21, 2008

The National Archives is celebrating its victory at the Conservation Awards 2007, winning the award for digital preservation.

The award, presented on 27 September, recognises leadership and practical advancement in the new and challenging field of digital preservation. The prize was given to The National Archives for its work on active preservation through the development of two tools: the PRONOM Technical Registry and Digital Record Object Identification (DROID) file format identification.

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