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|| || Preservation Procedure Policy: Reliability ||
| || Related Guidance Policy \\ | Authenticity |
| || Definition/ Description | Reliability is “_The trustworthiness of a record as a statement of fact. It exists when a record can stand for the fact it is about, and is established by examining the completeness of the records form, and the amount of control exercised on the process of its creation_ “  (Source: [Alliance for Permanent Access|]) Often related to the archival community. \\ |
| || Why | Establishing trust in the record keeping and archival processes |
| || Risks | Losing trust in the preserved object |
| || Life cycle stage | Appraise and select |
| || Stakeholder | *Management:* set requirements \\
*Producer:* will show meeting the requirements \\
*Regulator:* will do the actual checking \\
*Collection Manager* (non Shaman): support management from point of view related to the content to be preserved digital objects \\ |
| || Cross Reference | Bit preservation, Functional Preservation (migration, emulation), Provenance |
| || Examples | Parliamentary Archives : “_All preservation strategies will be fully documented via metadata and documentation that will be saved in the repository_” \\
“_The record must be a full and accurate representation of the business activity to which it attests. This requires the establishment of trust in the record keeping and archival processes used to manage the record throughout its lifecycle, and the continued ability to place the record within its operational context_ “ \\
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| || Control Policy | Possible control policies might be:
* All preservation events MUST be recorded
* Information on preservation events SHOULD use the PREMIS schema
* Information on preservation event MUST include date undertaken, action and agent \\ |
| || Questions to foster discussions | * How do you convince your users that the preserved objects are “reliable”?
* What types of information about the digital object  does your user community expect  to have to enable them to trust the reliablility of the object |