Digital preservation grant includes CHNM

In partnership with colleagues at the University of Maryland and the Internet Archive, CHNM has received an award from the Library of Congress’s National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program to build upon work done in connection with its Business Plan Archive, a two-year-old initiative to preserve records from the historic dot-com era of the late 1990s. Currently the Business Plan Archive contains business plans, marketing plans, technical plans, venture presentations, and other business documents from more than 2,000 failed and successful Internet start-ups. As part of the Library’s national digital preservation strategy, the new grant will help CHNM and its partners expand this collection to include a vast collection of legal documents as well as the personal narratives of entrepreneurs, employees, customers, suppliers, investors, and others touched by this historic period.

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