International Digital Preservation Systems Survey

Karim Boughida writes “We invite you to participate in the online International Digital
Preservation Systems Survey.

This survey is intended to provide an overview of digital preservation
system (DPS) implementation. DPS is defined here as an assembly of
computer hardware, software and policies equivalent to a TDR (trusted
digital repository) “whose mission is to provide reliable, long-term
access to managed digital resources to its designated community, now,
and in the future”.

The survey was produced by the Getty Research Institute departments of
Digital Resource Management and Library Information Systems, and will
be distributed primarily among members of the Digital Library Federation
(DLF). Results will be shared at the DLF Spring Forum, April 23-25,
2007 (Pasadena, California, USA) , and with all respondents who provide
contact information.

Please respond by March 30, 2007.