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Planning and designing of digital archival information systems

Planning and Designing of Digital ArchivalInformation Systems

Arian Rajh

Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices

Ph.D. Hrvoje Stančić, assistant prof.

Department of Information Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences


Contents

Contents

  • Applicable methodologies for planning and designing of DAIS

  • ISO 15489 and DIRKS based planning and designing

  • PRINCE2 and PCM based planning and designing

  • Comparison of applicable methodologies

  • DAIS as IPA project


Applicable methodologies for planning and designing of dais

Applicable methodologies for planning and designing of DAIS

  • DAIS could be planned and designed through recordkeeping (ISO 15489 and DIRKS) or project management methodologies (PRINCE2 and PCM)

  • Aim:

    • comparison of the methods

    • recommendations


Iso 15489 and dirks based planning and designing

ISO 15489 and DIRKS based planning and designing

  • ISO 15489:2001 for Records management

    • scope: recordkeeping – recordkeeping systems (DAIS), recordkeeping policies, compliance with quality management

    • applicable subordinated standards are ISO 23081 Metadata for records and ISO/TR 26122 WP analysis for records

    • outlines methodology

    • methodology is elaborated in detail in DIRKS


Iso 15489 and dirks based planning and designing1

ISO 15489 and DIRKS based planning and designing …

  • Phases of methodology:

    • Preliminary investigation

    • Analisys of business activity

    • Identification of recordkeeping requirements

    • Assessment of existing systems

    • Identification of strategies for recordkeeping

    • Design of recordkeeping system

    • Implementation

    • Post-implementation review


Prince2 and pcm based planning and designing

PRINCE2 and PCMbased planning and designing

  • PRINCE2 (Project IN Controlled Environment)

  • Phases of methodology:

    • Start up the project

    • Directing a project

    • Initiating a project

    • Management of stage boundaries

    • Controlling a stage

    • Managing project delivery

    • Project closing

    • (Planning phase)


Prince2 and pcm based planning and designing1

PRINCE2 and PCMbased planning and designing …

  • PCM (Project Cycle Management)

  • phases of methodology

    • Programming

    • Identification

    • Formulation

    • Implementation

    • Evaluation

  • PCM is a methodology suitable for development and for selection of projects

    • logical matrix tool


Comparison of applicable methodologies

Comparison of applicable methodologies

  • Division of methodologies into wider common phases by “common delimiter”

    • phase boundaries – according to the issues that need to be assessed during lifecycle of potential digital archive

      • stated problem (initial phase)

      • proposed solution (planning phase)

      • planned activities (designing and implementation phase)

      • results of the implementation (final and post implementation phase)


Comparison of applicable methodologies1

Comparison of applicable methodologies …


Comparison of applicable methodologies2

Comparison of applicable methodologies …


Comparison of applicable methodologies3

Comparison of applicable methodologies …

  • ISO & DIRKS – strong planning

    • planning system and records management politics

  • PRINCE2 – strong activity development

    • good for projects which are certain to be carried out

  • PCM – strong initial phase

    • delivering the project idea

    • project “go – no go” decision


Comparison of applicable methodologies4

Comparison of applicable methodologies …

  • selection of methodology depend on

    • estimation of the most critical phase in setting up the particular digital archive

    • current state of affairs in organisation in which the archive will be established

  • designers of the digital archive must recognise potential risks in advance

  • possible usage of more than one methodology


Dais as ipa project

DAIS as IPA project

  • IPA 2009 TAIB project Preparations for eCTD and development of DAIS

  • Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices is Croatian NCA for regulation of medicines – beneficiary of the project

  • Objective: to work electronically with eCTD records and to establish reliable digital archive

  • Critical phase is financing and approval

  • Developed through PCM

  • Application for IPA financing

    • building administrative capacity and strengthening beneficiary’s co-operation with EU NCA based on sharing common standards (eCTD)


Planning and designing of digital archival information systems1

Planning and Designing of Digital ArchivalInformation Systems

Arian Rajh

Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices

[email protected]

Ph.D. Hrvoje Stančić, assistant prof.

Department of Information Sciences

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

University of Zagreb

[email protected]


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