The deadline for entries is 0900 (UK) on Monday 10th August: Submit your nominations and be in with a chance of being named the best in your field of expertise and receive recognition for all of your hard work.
A new category has been added this year, making six in total alongside the DPC Fellowship Award:
Please check the criteria for each of the categories and the rules of entry carefully before submitting your nomination to one of these categories.
The work of finalists and winners of the Digital Preservation Awards enjoys an elevated profile within the digital preservation community, with individuals and organisations often finding themselves in a much stronger position for further funding and future development.
This year the exciting process will culminate in a presentation ‘with a difference’ on World Digital Preservation Day on Thursday 5th November 2020. More information about the presentation of awards will follow in due course.
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