[Esip-preserve] Anybody out there yet?
alicebarkstrom at verizon.net
Fri Feb 6 16:08:15 EST 2009
Do we have enough information to begin to flesh out
a session for the July ESIP. For example, would it
be useful to have something like the following talks
NARA Rep. [I can see if we could get one]
Discussion of NARA Preservation Philosophy,
Policies, and Procedures
Library of Congress Rep. [NDIIPP or whatever
that's morphed into]
Discussion of LoC Preservation Philosophy,
Policies, and Procedures
NASA Rep. [presumably Martha]
NASA Specifics on Preservation and
NOAA Rep. [Again, I can check here at NCDC,
even though I've retired.]
NOAA Specifics on Preservation and
Perhaps followed by a session on what ESIP can do
to aid the process.
At 03:02 PM 2/6/2009, Niemann.Brand at epamail.epa.gov wrote:
>Yes, Martha is co-chairing the Subgroup on Agency Science Data
>Policies for the Interagency Working Group on Digital Data which is
>preparing a report on this subject.
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>To: Peter Fox <pfox at cs.rpi.edu>, Christopher Lynnes <Chris.Lynnes at nasa.gov>
>From: Alice Barkstrom <alicebarkstrom at verizon.net>
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>Subject: Re: [Esip-preserve] Anybody out there yet?
>I am as well. I've spent the last couple of weeks
>working on a model for software development
>contingency and reviewing a paper. I'll return to
>writing up a paper on production paradigms.
>You might want to see if Martha Maiden has
>anything in writing on the NASA policy. As I
>recall, NARA and the Library of Congress are
>the agencies with the ultimate authority on
>archival and preservation. Their authority is
>usually delegation under "Records Management".
>To the best of my knowledge, NASA is not
>authorized by NARA to retain archives for
>long-term preservation. NOAA, and probably
>only NCDC, actually has that authorization.
>I'll see if I can dig up the NOAA policy, which
>has been undergoing some revisions in the
>At 11:54 AM 2/6/2009, Peter Fox wrote:
> >I am.
> >On 06/02/2009, at 11:32 AM, Christopher Lynnes wrote:
> >>I did some minor editing on the ESIP preservation cluster site to
> >>make the page more modular, uploaded a couple salient references. I
> >>wanted to track down some explicit NASA data preservation policies,
> >>but they seem to be a bit thin on the ground...Anyone know where
> >>they can be found?
> >>Christopher Lynnes NASA/GSFC, Code 610.2
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