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Government departments and agencies around the world routinely collect administrative data produced by citizen interaction with the state. The UK government increasingly frames data as an ‘asset’. The potential in administrative data can be exploited by sharing and linking across datasets, but...
Open access to information is an essential tool for combating inefficiency in the machinery of state and for the assertion of human rights. Access to archives is essential for ensuring long-term accountability and the learning of lessons from past events and past errors. Despite the...
Organisations cannot avoid working in the cloud and therefore records are being stored in the cloud either by design or by default. This raises important issues of trust in using third-party cloud service providers for storing records and digital archival collections. What factors contribute to...
This paper describes the development of a methodology enabling three communities to co-produce research investigating a community’s use of records for maintaining collective memory and to develop a purpose-designed, community-controlled archival system. The three communities, a hiking club and...
This article offers a critical assessment of the normative framework, functioning, and problems concerning the records and documents that are generated by intelligence agencies in Spain and that essentially make up two major blocks, depending on their life cycle: historical and non-historical...
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