On 29 January 2020 ARCHIVER launched its Request for Tender with the purpose to award several Framework Agreements and work orders for the provision of R&D for hybrid end-to-end archival and preservation services that meet the innovation challenges of European Research communities, in the context of the European Open Science Cloud. On Monday 8 June the selected consortia for the ARCHIVER design phase have been announced during a Public Award Ceremony starting at 14.00 CEST.
The second and last online information session foreseen to provide information about the ARCHIVER Project, the PCP concept, this Request for Tenders and the process for submitting Tenders is scheduled on 18 March 2020 starting at 10.00 am (Geneva time).
The first information session provided information about the ARCHIVER Project, the PCP concept, this Request for Tenders and the process for submitting Tenders.
During the Open Data Ecosystem and CS3 conference, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 27-29 January 2020, João Fernandes, CERN and coordinator of the ARCHIVER project, presented the explored the use-cases driving ARCHIVER.
During the workshop, Archiver has been presented to CS3 stimulating audience by the project coordinator João Fernandes from CERN.
ARCHIVER could not miss the opportunity to officially launch its Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) tender at the EOSC Symposium. The Project will contribute to the session dedicated to “Service Onboarding”, chaired by Juan Bicarregui, EOSC Rules of Participation WG , on 26th November during the Breakout 2.
ARCHIVER partners will attend the OSFair2019, organized as an emblematic initiative of OpenAIRE, co-organized by 3 other EU projects in the area of Open Science: FIT4RRI, EOSC Secretariat and FAIRsFAIR.
The 16th edition will take place in Amsterdam from 16 to 20 September 2019, hosted by the Dutch Digital Heritage Network.