For multi-year program to modernise capabilities to embed secure digital end-to-end archival processes
(25 October 2018) National Archives of Australia (NAA), the body that collects and preserves Australian Government records that reflect the country’s history and identity, has flagged its plan to search for providers for a new Integrated end-to-end digital archival services.
The pre-release notice was published on the Australian Government tender website on 24 October.
According to the notice, the NAA is currently undertaking a phased, multi-year program to modernise its capabilities to embed secure digital end-to-end archival processes, excluding storage infrastructure.
ARN has the full article by Samira Sarraf.