Project Archive Checklist

A project archive refers to the systematic storing of project artifacts (e.g., project charter, working documents, models, deliverables, etc.) at the close of a project. Retaining project documents and artifacts is important for administrative closure. More importantly, having historical project documents available can provide information for future projects, for ongoing project product support, for answering questions regarding the project and for public disclosure requests. This checklist helps you with the ins and outs of archiving your project for posterity.

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