Closing a Project: Archiving and Preservation of Content

This guide provides considerations and best practices for archiving and preserving data following the close of a project.


Archiving is a general term for the range of practices and decisions that support the long-term preservation, use, and accessibility of content with enduring value. It is not a one-time action but a process and an investment that connects directly to an organization’s goals for project outcomes and impact. This resource provides a guide on archiving and preserving data when the project is entering its closing stages.

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