AbstractThe presumption of authenticity of records is predicated on capturing information about the records' identity and integrity over the course of the lifecycle. Extant metadata schemas do not capture the totality of this metadata required by International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems (InterPARES). This paper presents research to date that addresses this need – the functional requirements, domain model, and sample properties from the IPAM (InterPARES Authenticity Metadata) schema.
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