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This is necessary in order to ensure that the SIPs received have been dealt with appropriately, and in particular have not been accidentally lost.

Examples of Ways the Repository can Demonstrate it is Meeting these Requirements
System processing files; disposal records; donor or depositor agreements/deeds of gift; provenance tracking system; system log files. process description documents; documentation of SIP relationship to AIP; clear documentation of how AIPs are derived from SIPs; documentation of standard/process against which normalization occurs; documentation of normalization outcome and how the resulting AIP is different from the SIP(s).

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