OKLAHOMA COLLECTIONS | Preservation Plan and Access Development for Small Institutions Program

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The Oklahoma Collections Preservation Plan and Access Development for Small Institutions Program (Preservation Plan Program) is an initiative of the Oklahoma Historical Records Advisory Board and is administered through the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. Financial support is provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, the funding arm of the National Archives.

The purpose of the Preservation Plan Program is to encourage best practices in the preservation of, and access to, archival collections that are important to preserving Oklahoma history by ensuring that small collecting organizations have written Preservation Plans and Access Development recommendations that help prioritize collections care activities, as well as activities that promote access to the collections.

Please note: For the purposes of this project, eligible applicants are small organizations with annual budgets of $50,000 or less per year.

Apply now!  Deadline is Monday, April 3, 2017. To apply, first download/save the Preservation Plan and Access Development Application Form (PDF) to your computer (Do not fill out the form in the browser. It will not save your information.) Pull up the PDF from the saved location on your computer, fill out all fields, save a copy for your records and email or mail the completed application. For questions about applying, contact Jan Davis at 405-522-3191 or jan.davis@libraries.ok.gov.

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