Digital Continuity Framework Supplier Project Assessment

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Digital Continuity Framework
Supplier Project Assessment
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Digital Continuity Framework Supplier Project Assessment
Guidance: This document is to be used by suppliers who are operating on the Digital Continuity
Framework. Its purpose is to update The National Archives with information about the work you
have undertaken, the difficulties your clients have faced and the impact of your work. The
information provided in this document will be used in the ongoing updates of the Digital
Continuity Guidance available at: nationalarchives.gov.uk/information-management/projectsand-work/managing-digital-continuity.htm. Please note that The National Archives will take care
not to disclose information in its published guidance that could lead to the identification of
customer departments where to do so would go against the wishes of the department, or would
impact commercial confidentiality.
Please complete all sections highlighted in blue, including the cover sheet.
What
Guidance: What was undertaken during the project? What was the nature of the work and did
this change from the original specification as the project developed? (If so, please give details of
the revisions to the specifications)
Response:
When
Guidance: What is the length of this project? Is this an ongoing project or did it take place over
a set length of time? Did it take as long as expected?
Response:
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Where
Guidance: In which part of the organisation did the work take place? Was this within a business
unit, cross-departmental, across an organisation or between organisations?
Response:
Why
Guidance: Why did the client undertake this work? What were their motivators for undertaking
the work? Was this a planned piece of work or was this reactive?
Response:
Who
Guidance: Which specialists were involved with the project? Please indicate who was involved
on the customer side (positions such as CIO, CTO or Head of KIM). Indicate the specialists
involved from the supplier, such as knowledge management specialists or developer.
Response:
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How
Guidance: How was the work was achieved? Did the existing guidance published by The
National Archives help in the way it should have done? What work was undertaken because of
issues highlighted within the guidance?
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Impact
Guidance: How were success measures identified? At what point did you consider the project
to be successful? Is this an ongoing project, how often will be the success measurers be
compared against?
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Unexpected
Guidance: What was unexpected during the project? Did you encounter any issues you were
not prepared for? How were these overcome? Was there anything that was considered to be a
large problem that actually turned out to be unexpectedly uncomplicated?
Response:
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Next Steps
Guidance: Is there anything that needs to take place post project? If this is an ongoing project
when will there be a reassessment of the outcomes?
Response:
Lessons learnt
Guidance: Was there anything particular that you learnt from the project? Is there anything that
highlighted the need to change process within an organisation to ensure digital continuity?
Response:
Suggestions
Guidance: Any suggestions for amendments to the guidance or anything else that needs
highlighting? Any change in priorities, developments in technology that may become a risk in
the future or developments in technology that will overcome risk?
Response:
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