In summary, NARA’s requirements for many aspects of the ERA—such as archival storage, data management, preservation, administration, and preservation planning—are surprisingly similar to the requirements of any other organization preserving digital data for the long term. NARA has much to gain by starting from the premise of common requirements in these areas first and then clearly specifying where its requirements are different or unique.
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