National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program

n. (abbr. NDIIPP)EN-dip a program of the Library of Congress comprising several collaborative initiatives to implement a national digital preservation strategy and framework, focusing primarily on information that is created in digital form only


Established by US Congress in December 2000, with the first projects funded in 2004, NDIIPP formed partnerships with public and private institutions to develop policies, structures, processes and commitments to collect, preserve, and provide access to significant and at-risk digital information. One of its major initiatives was the National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA). NDIIPP began winding down in January 2016 when the Digital Library Federation became the institutional home of NDSA, and the program ended in 2018.