PEGI Project

The Preservation of Electronic Government Information (PEGI) Project was conceived as an effort to address concerns with the long-term preservation of historically significant born-digital government materials. You can read the results of the project’s research and meetings with stakeholders and professionals in the field in the newly released PEGI Project National Forum Summary and Report.

Tune into today’s (May 6, 2019) webinar discussing the report and next steps at 1 p.m. (Eastern). Register to attend.

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