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Welcome to the Archives and Records Management (ARM) ISAO. As part
of our outreach to the ARM community, the ARM ISAO provides
information and facilities for sharing among community members.
While our initial formation is underway, this site will host news
and information about the ARM-ISAO and pointers to the projects we
think are the most interesting in the field.
- The InterPARES Trust
is at the leading edge of ARM advancement and sharing as it has been
for almost 20 years. Webster University and the ARM-ISAO are working
with them to advance the mutual goals of improving protection of ARM
systems in the digital era.
- The ARM Standards
of Practice was developed by Management Analytics in cooperation
with Webster University and the InterPARES Trust project, and is being
used as the basis for upcoming archival capabilities of the CyberLab,
support of all ISAOs hosted by this effort, and is currently the
subject of a study by archivists around the world to understand the
state of consensus in its rote application.
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