220.127.116.11 - Repository shall have a documented process for testing understandability for their Designated Communities of the Content Information of the AIPs at their creation.
This is necessary in order to ensure that one of the primary tests of preservation, namely that the digital holdings are understandable by their Designated Community, can be met. See 4.3. for additional requirements for understandability beyond ingest.
Examples of Ways the Repository can Demonstrate it is Meeting these Requirements
Test procedures to be run against the digital holdings to ensure their understandability to the defined Designated Community; records of such tests being performed and evaluated; evidence of gathering or identifying Representation Information to fill any intelligibility gaps which have been found; Retention of individuals with the discipline expertise.