12 August 2016

2016 - The Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) Award for Research and Innovation: NCDD and NDE, ‘Constructing a network of nationwide facilities together’ presented by Neil Chue Hong, SSI and Dave Tarrant, ODI

2016 - The NCDD Award for Teaching and Communications: The National Archives and The Scottish Council on Archives: ‘Transforming Archives/Opening Up Scotland’s Archives', presented by Marcel Ras, NCDD and Margriet van Gorsel, Dutch National Archives

2016 - The DPC Award for the Most Distinguished Student Work in Digital Preservation: Anthea Seles, University College London and ‘The Transferability of Trusted Digital Repository Standards to an East African context’ presented by Daniela Duca, Jisc and Steve Daly, BBC

2016 - The DPC Award for the Most Outstanding Digital Preservation Initiative in Industry: HSBC, ‘Global Digital Archive System (GDA)’ presented by Tim Gollins, National Records of Scotland and Sharon McMeekin, DPC

2016 - The National Archives Award for Safeguarding the Digital Legacy: Amsterdam Museum and Partners, ‘The Digital City revives: A case study of web archaeology’ presented by John Sheridan, The National Archives and Louise Lawson, Tate

2016 - The DPC Fellowship Award: Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive presented to Chris Booth by Richard Ovenden


2014 - The University of Freiburg and partners with ‘bwFLA Functional Long Term Archiving and Access’ (The OPF Award for Research and Innovation presented by Ed Fay, OPF and Sandra Collins, Digital Repository of Ireland)


2014 - Alasdair Bachell from the University of Glasgow with ‘Game Preservation in the UK (The DPC Award for the Most Distinguished Student Work in Digital Preservation)


2014 - Adrian Brown for his ‘Practical Digital Preservation: a how to guide for organizations of any size’ (The NCDD Award for Teaching and Communications)


2014 - University of Manchester for their ‘Carcanet Press Email Archive (The DPC Award for Safeguarding the Digital Legacy)


2012 – Archaeology Data Service (Decennial Award for An Outstanding Contribution to Digital Preservation).


2012 – Digital Preservation Training Programme (Award for Teaching and Communications).


2012 – The PLANETS Project (Award for Research and Innovation).


2010 – The Los Alamos National Laboratory and Old Dominion University for the Memento Project.


2007 – The National Archives for the PRONOM and DROID projects.


2005 – PREMIS – the Preservation Metadata: Implementation Strategies Working Group.


2004 – The National Archives, The Digital Archive project.

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