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 Nov-14 In response to theRoyal Society of Canada report “The Future Now: Canada'​s Libraries, Archives, and Public Memory,” LAC agrees that it (1) should be more service oriented for its clients; (2) be a leader in new technologies;​ (3) be more proactive with national and international networks; (4) be more visible to the public.\\ Nov-14 In response to theRoyal Society of Canada report “The Future Now: Canada'​s Libraries, Archives, and Public Memory,” LAC agrees that it (1) should be more service oriented for its clients; (2) be a leader in new technologies;​ (3) be more proactive with national and international networks; (4) be more visible to the public.\\
  
-Nov-14 [[http://​www.oag-bvg.gc.ca/​internet/​English/​parl_oag_201411_07_e_39965.html#hd3c|An audit by the Auditor General]] concludes that LAC does not adequately acquire and provide access to government records. Further, a backlog of 98,000 boxes of archival records exists and there is no approved plan to eliminate this backlog. Although LAC had frequently stated it expects to receive an increasing amount of digital records, it has no corporate digital strategy or program in place to manage the anticipated increase ofelectronic transfers and storage of digital information before 2017, the original date for “going digital.” The audit also reveals that LAC inexplicitedly abandoned its original custom-built trusted digital repository after spending more than $15 million on it between 2006-11.\\+Nov-14 [[http://​www.oag-bvg.gc.ca/​internet/​English/​parl_oag_201411_07_e_39965.html|An audit by the Auditor General]] concludes that LAC does not adequately acquire and provide access to government records. Further, a backlog of 98,000 boxes of archival records exists and there is no approved plan to eliminate this backlog. Although LAC had frequently stated it expects to receive an increasing amount of digital records, it has no corporate digital strategy or program in place to manage the anticipated increase ofelectronic transfers and storage of digital information before 2017, the original date for “going digital.” The audit also reveals that LAC inexplicitedly abandoned its original custom-built trusted digital repository after spending more than $15 million on it between 2006-11.\\
  
 Jan-15 LAC announces its plan to digitize 640,000 personnel service files of the First World War’s Canadian Expeditionary Force by end of 2015 [later revised to spring 2018].\\ Jan-15 LAC announces its plan to digitize 640,000 personnel service files of the First World War’s Canadian Expeditionary Force by end of 2015 [later revised to spring 2018].\\
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