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Author: Government recordkeeping
Behind every archive, lies a framework—an Archival Control Model (ACM)—which provides the foundation for documenting and arranging the records in a collection.
The ACM used at PROV is a forward-looking and flexible model that forms the basis of our archival systems and catalogues.
Using the three main entities of Record, Agent and Function, the model represents physical and digital records and their context.
Arranging and describing the records consistently using these entities of the model, helps users to locate, access and understand the records in the PROV collection.
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See our Archival Control Model topic page for a description of the ACM and entities.
Read this ‘Planning for the archives of the future’ IQ journal article.