UC-5.8 Update Package Designs
|Name||Update Package Designs|
|Context||UC-5 Preservation Planning|
|Overview||Develop Packaging Designs and Migration Plans updates IP designs and sends updates to Administration>Audit Submission and Administration>Negotiate Submission Agreement|
|Trigger||Administration>Establish Standards and Policies sends approved standards to Develop Packaging Designs and Migration Plans (Step ?? of UC-4.5)|
|Successful outcome||Develop Packaging Designs and Migration Plans sends AIP/SIP templates and customization advice to Administration>Negotiate Submission Agreement; and sends AIP/SIP review to Administration>Audit Submission.|
|Citations||OAIS 4-14, section 220.127.116.11 "The Develop Packaging Designs and Migration Plans function develops new IP designs and detailed migration plans and prototypes, to implement Administration policies and directives. This activity also provides advice on the application of these IP designs and Migration plans to specific archive holdings and submissions. This function receives archive approved standards and migration goals from Administration. The standards include format standards, metadata standards and documentation standards. It applies these standards to preservation requirements and provides AIP and SIP template designs to Administration. This function also provides customization advice and AIP/SIP review to Administration on the application of those designs. If this function encounters submissions that are not covered by existing standards and procedures, it can send issues to Develop Preservation Strategies and Standards and receive advice, including new standards, to assist in meeting the new submission requirements.
The migration goals received by this function tend to involve transformations of the AIP, including transformations of the Content Information to avoid loss of access due to technology obsolescence. The response to the migration goals may involve the development of new AIP designs, prototype software, test plans, community review plans and implementation plans for phasing in the new AIPs. This process may call on expertise or resources from other functions within Preservation Planning, such as prototype development from the Monitor Technology. This effort also will require consultation from the other functional areas and from the Designated Community. Once the migration plan, associated AIP designs, and software have been tested and approved, this function will send the entire migration package to Administration, which will schedule and perform the actual migration."