Digital Preservation Policy

Publication Year: 08. 04. 2017    Date of last inspection: 08. 04. 2017

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The policy of digital preservation aims to determine the rules, roles and responsibilities, and the system of monitoring data management in the Slovenian Social Science Data Archives (Arhiv družboslovnih podatkov ADP). The policy is developed in line with the core mission of the organization in order to assure permanent accessibility of archives' holdings and thus present the archive as a trustworthy data repository in the eyes of its users, data providers, and funders.

The purpose of the digital preservation policy in ADP is to determine goals that continually improve the operation of ADP to ensure larger transparency and fulfillment of the core mission of the organization. In this way, the requirements of the membership of the Republic of Slovenia in the international research infrastructure unit CESSDA are fulfilled, since the ADP performs the role of the national service provider for social sciences.

Learn about our Digital Preservation Policy in the document bellow. Main points of the policy can be read also here:
Politika ADP

1. part: Organizational Infrastructure 

2. part: Digital Object Management 

3. part: Technology and Security 

4. part: List of Internal Guidelines and Instructions 

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