International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems
n. (InterPARES, abbr.)
A research project with members from several countries that is investigating the problems of the authenticity, reliability, and accuracy of electronic records throughout their life cycle.
Phases of the project have included InterPARES 1 (1999–2001), InterPARES 2 (2002–2007), InterPARES 3 (2007–2012), and InterPARES Trust (2013–2018).
InterPARES 2020bThe International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems (InterPARES) aims at developing the knowledge essential to the long-term preservation of authentic records created and/or maintained in digital form and providing the basis for standards, policies, strategies and plans of action capable of ensuring the longevity of such material and the ability of its users to trust its authenticity. The findings and products of the first three phases of the project can be found on this website.