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'''NASA'''  
 
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1. [http://nodis3.gsfc.nasa.gov/displayDir.cfm?t=NPR&c=1441&s=1DProcedural Requirements (NPR) 1441.1D: NASA Records Retention Schedules (1/31/08)]
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Procedural Requirements (NPR) 1441.1D: NASA Records Retention Schedules (1/31/08)
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This document covers all types of records managed by NASA. In Chapter 8 (Program Management Records), sections 101-113 (PROGRAM AND PROJECT RECORDS) are of particular interest. Quoted from the document:
 
This document covers all types of records managed by NASA. In Chapter 8 (Program Management Records), sections 101-113 (PROGRAM AND PROJECT RECORDS) are of particular interest. Quoted from the document:
  
 
''"What items 101-113 cover. These items designate appropriate retention of NASA program and project records produced through compliance with NPR 7120.5 or other authorized project management practices. It provides for permanent retention of substantive and historically significant records, and temporary retention of other records until the Agency no longer needs them. The terms "program" and "project" are defined in the current versions of NPD 7120.4 and NPR 7120.5. This schedule applies to all activities performed as part of programs/projects whether designated "tasks," "work packages," or other terminology."''
 
''"What items 101-113 cover. These items designate appropriate retention of NASA program and project records produced through compliance with NPR 7120.5 or other authorized project management practices. It provides for permanent retention of substantive and historically significant records, and temporary retention of other records until the Agency no longer needs them. The terms "program" and "project" are defined in the current versions of NPD 7120.4 and NPR 7120.5. This schedule applies to all activities performed as part of programs/projects whether designated "tasks," "work packages," or other terminology."''
 
2. [https://earthdata.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/field/document/423-SPEC-001_NASA%20ESD_Preservation_Spec_OriginalCh01_0.pdf NASA ES Data Preservation Content Spec (423-SPEC-001Ch01, Jan 2013; Original Nov 2011)]
 
 
This document was developed based on the Provenance and Context Content Standard matrix developed by the ESIP Data Stewardship Committee in January 2011. It defines the contents of data, metadata and associated documentation to be preserved beyond the life of missions funded by NASA’s Earth Science Division.  The purpose of the document is to identify all the content items that need to be preserved to ensure their availability to support future investigations in long-term global change research. This document’s focus is on the contents (i.e., “what”) and not on the implementation or representation (i.e., “how”) of the content items.  The contents are divided into eight categories: Preflight/Pre-Operations, Products (Data), Product Documentation, Mission Calibration, Product Software, Algorithm Input, Validation and Software Tools.  Items are described under each of these categories along with rationale for requiring their preservation.
 
  
 
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