UNT and UF Pilot Project of a Peer to Peer Process for Becomi ng a Trusted Digital Repository Handout for Joint Chairs Meeting on 1 Oct. 2014 TRAC Sections and Goal Schedule A. Organizational Infrast r u cture : Sept. Dec. 2014 B. Digital Object Management : Jan. April 2015 C. Technologies, Technical Infrastructure, & Security : May August 2015 U pcoming Activities Sept. Oct.: Kickoff meeting with UNT, DLF presentation preparation for Oct. 27, CNI submission on Oct 13, and ongoing documentation creation: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/ AA00017119 Oct. 8: Meeting with SASC to review and update information for aggregations (list: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/l/AA00017119/00033 ) Review and updating the notes for the aggregation list Upd ating contact email addresses (stop using AskA) Rights Statements (p lans for bulk updates or next steps for manual updates) Collection support updates o If the collections should have OCLC records, getting the requests in for that o Ensuring all curators have rights to their collections for editing homepages o Updating/assisting on any collection homepage updates o E stablishing standard homepage text for archivalbased collections and/or other collections. Section A. Organizational Infrastructure A1. Governance & organizational viability A1.1 Repository has a mission statement that reflects a commitment to the long term retention of, management of, and access to digital information. A1.2 Repository has an appropriate, formal succession plan, contingency plans, and/or escrow arrangements in place in case the repository ceases to operate or the governing or funding institution substantially changes its scope. A2. Organizational structure & staffing A2.1 Repository has identified and established the duties that it needs to perform and has appo inted staff with adequate skills and experience to fulfill these duties. A2.2 Repository has the appropriate number of staff to support all functions and services. A2.3 Repository has an active professional development program in place that provides staff with skills and expertise development opportunities. A3. Procedural accountability & policy framework (documentation) A3.1 Repository has defined its designated community(ies) and associated knowledge base(s) and has publicly accessible definitions and pol icies in place to dictate how its preservation service requirements will be met.
A3.2 Repository has procedures and policies in place, and mechanisms for their review, update, and development as the repository grows and as technology and community practice evolves. A3.3 Repository maintains written policies that specify the nature of any legal permissions required to preserve digital content over time, and repository can demonstrate that these permissions have been acquired when needed. A3.4 Repository is c ommitted to formal, periodic review and assessment to ensure responsiveness to technological developments and evolving requirements. A3.5 Repository has policies and procedures to ensure that feedback from producers and users is sought and addressed over t ime. A3.6 Repository has a documented history of the changes to its operations, procedures, software, and hardware that, where appropriate, is linked to relevant preservation strategies and describes potential effects on preserving digital content. A3.7 Re pository commits to transparency and accountability in all actions supporting the operation and management of the repository, especially those that affect the preservation of digital content over time. A3.8 Repository commits to defining, collecting, track ing, and providing, on demand, its information integrity measurements. A3.9 Repository commits to a regular schedule of self assessment and certification and, if certified, commits to notifying certifying bodies of operational changes that will change or n ullify its certification status. A4. Financial sustainability A4.1 Repository has short and longterm business planning processes in place to sustain the repository over time. A4.2 Repository has in place processes to review and adjust business plans at least annually. A4.3 Repositorys financial practices and procedures are transparent, compliant with relevant accounting standards and practices, and audited by third parties in accordance with territorial legal requirements. A4.4 Repository has ongoing commitment to analyze and report on risk, benefit, investment, and expenditure (including assets, licenses, and liabilities). A4.5 Repository commits to monitoring for and bridging gaps in funding. A5. Contracts, licenses, & liabilities A5.1 If repository manages, preserves, and/or provides access to digital materials on behalf of another organization, it has and maintains appropriate contracts or deposit agreements. A5.2 Repository contracts or deposit agreements must specify and transfer all necessary preservation rights, and those rights transferred must be documented. A5.3 Repository has specified all appropriate aspects of acquisition, maintenance, access, and withdrawal in writ ten agreements with depositors and other relevant parties. A5.4 Repository tracks and manages intellectual property rights and restrictions on use of repository content as required by deposit agreement, contract, or license. A5.5 If repository ingests digi tal content with unclear ownership/rights, policies are in place to address liability and challenges to those rights.