Comparison of OAIS and the Chicago Meeting 10 points


. Chicago points OAIS responsibilities
1 The repository commits to continuing maintenance of digital objects for identified community/communities. - Follow documented policies and procedures which ensure that the information is preserved against all reasonable contingencies, and which enable the information to be disseminated as authenticated copies of the original, or as traceable to the original.
- Determine, either by itself or in conjunction with other parties,which communities should become the Designated Community and, therefore, should be able to understand the information provided.
2 Demonstrates organizational fitness (including financial, staffing structure, and processes) to fulfill its commitment. ...
3 Acquires and maintains requisite contractual and legal rights and fulfills responsibilities. Obtain sufficient control of the information provided to the level needed to ensure Long-Term Preservation.
4 Has an effective and efficient policy framework Follow documented policies and procedures which ensure that the information is preserved against all reasonable contingencies, and which enable the information to be disseminated as authenticated copies of the original, or as traceable to the original.
5 Acquires and ingests digital objects based upon stated criteria that correspond to its commitments and capabilities. Negotiate for and accept appropriate information from information Producers.
6 Maintains/ensures the integrity, authenticity and usability of digital objects it holds over time. - Ensure that the information to be preserved is Independently Understandable to the Designated Community. In other words, the community should be able to understand the information without needing the assistance of the experts who produced the information.
- Follow documented policies and procedures which ensure that the information is preserved against all reasonable contingencies, and which enable the information to be disseminated as authenticated copies of the original, or as traceable to the original.
7 Creates and maintains requisite metadata about actions taken on digital objects during preservation as well as about the relevant production, access support, and usage process contexts before preservation. Ensure that the information to be preserved is Independently Understandable to the Designated Community. In other words, the community should be able to understand the information without needing the assistance of the experts who produced the information.
8 Fulfills requisite dissemination requirements. Make the preserved information available to the Designated Community
9 Has a strategic program for preservation planning and action. Follow documented policies and procedures which ensure that the information is preserved against all reasonable contingencies, and which enable the information to be disseminated as authenticated copies of the original, or as traceable to the original.
10 Has technical infrastructure adequate to continuing maintenance and security of its digital objects. Follow documented policies and procedures which ensure that the information is preserved against all reasonable contingencies, and which enable the information to be disseminated as authenticated copies of the original, or as traceable to the original.
Topic revision: r1 - 2008-10-05 - DavidGiaretta
 
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